Cheap Airlines in Brunei
In Brunei it is possible to fly in and out of Bandar Seri Bagawan to cities like Jakarta, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur and Manila.
- AirAsia - Flying to cities in different countries in South easth Asia
- Malaysia Airlines
- Singapore Airlines
- Thai Airways
The primary airport in the nation of Brunei is Brunei International Airport, their official language is Malay and the capital is Bandar Seri Begawan. Brunei is located on the north coast of the island of Borneo, in Southeast Asia. Brunei International Airport serves destinations across Asia and Oceania, the only airport outside these continents being London Heathrow Airport. The airport comprises of an international terminal which can handle up to 2 million passengers, cargo terminal a capacity of 50,000 tonnes of cargo and a royal terminal a sultan’s flight is based at. The airport handled 1.3 million passengers in 2005. Air transport in Brunei began in 1953; the launch of air service links connecting Bandar Seri Begawan with Anduki in the Belait District. Initial flights to Malaysia were made accommodate travellers from Labuan in Sabah and Lugtong in Sarawak Airport service area operated Berakasarea an old runaway site built by Japanese and known as the Brunei Airport.
Malay as a lingua franca throughout the Malay Archipelago is linked to the rise of Muslim kingdoms, the spread of Islam, consequence of growing regional trade. Malay language has five periods these are Old Malay, Transitional Period, Malacca Period (Classical Malay), Late Modern Malay, and modern Malay. It is not clear that Old Malay was actually the ancestor of Classical Malay, but this is believed to be quite possible. The language of Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, parts of Thailand, and Brunei is Malay but Indonesia and Brunei have their own standards, to which Malay is used in these areas differs depending on historical and cultural environments. Malay is an agglutinative language, and new words are made by three means: attaching affixes onto a root word (affixation), formation of a compound word (composition), or repetition of words or portions of words (reduplication).