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I've been told that although Royal Brunei doesn't serve alcohol itself, that they will serve you your own alcohol. This doesn't sound very likely to me. Anyone know the facts?...
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    I've been told that although Royal Brunei doesn't serve alcohol itself, that they will serve you your own alcohol. This doesn't sound very likely to me. Anyone know the facts?

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    Re: Royal Brunei

    Royal Brunei is a "dry" airline.

    They will provide a glass / mixer and it's self-pour.

    Be careful with the transit at BWN/DXB as opened bottles may be taken by security so basically have your preferred beverages for each sector separately packaged and sealed by duty free in your departing airport (you'll need to let them know - most DF shops will know this in ports where Royal Brunei fly to/from) as you'll lose the open bottle in transit.

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    If you want LOTS of space fly Royal Brunei ex-Melbourne. They are regularly having loads of under 100 passengers on a 777-200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docjames View Post
    Royal Brunei is a "dry" airline.

    They will provide a glass / mixer and it's self-pour.

    Be careful with the transit at BWN/DXB as opened bottles may be taken by security so basically have your preferred beverages for each sector separately packaged and sealed by duty free in your departing airport (you'll need to let them know - most DF shops will know this in ports where Royal Brunei fly to/from) as you'll lose the open bottle in transit.
    Can confirm this. A good idea is purchasing the little 200ml bottles from the Duty Free store on the way out, perfect for this
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