Please be informed transit at Brunei International Airport is currently not permitted. Guests are advised not to make bookings through a multiple city search that require a transit. Guests will not be permitted to board if travel restriction criteria and government approvals are not met. For further information please click here.
Please note that during this time, print-at-home boarding passes are temporarily unavailable. Kindly proceed to check-in counters for entry/exit approval verification and boarding pass collection. Check-in counters at the airport open two (2) hours prior to scheduled departure. Online/mobile check-in remains unavailable for flights departing to Singapore. It is our guests' responsibility to ensure they meet the strict travel criteria and have all appropriate approvals and documentations to enter/depart any country. Without these, RB is not permitted to allow guests to travel inline with international air transport regulations. Visit our dedicated COVID-19 page for more information.
Australia has announced that its borders will gradually re-open from 00:01 AEST on 1 November 2021. Australian citizens, permanent residents, and immediate family members who are fully vaccinated (with approved and recognised vaccines by Australia TGA) can exit and enter Australia without seeking an exemption.
However, all guests arriving in Australia who do not meet the criteria will be subjected to Australia's travel restrictions and state or territory quarantine requirements of the jurisdiction where they come into Australia.
If you do not meet the criteria and wish to travel to Australia, please do not hesitate to contact Royal Brunei Airlines to make arrangements. Please take note that you may be denied check-in if you do not meet the criteria.