Royal Brunei Airlines will begin flying to Brisbane from 11 June, opening up another one-stop connection to London as well as alternative routes across Asia via Royal Brunei's home hub at Bandar Seri Begawan.
Passengers can plan their trip around four flights pr week, departing on 5.30pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, with Royal Brunei's single-aisle Airbus A320neo making the seven-hour journey.
Its 12 reclining business class seats are arranged in a conventional 2-2 layout across three rows.
Each has a 42-inch pitch with a 22.7in seat width and 10-inch recline, is equipped with dual AC/USB sockets and includes a 10 inch video screen.
Royal Brunei's Airbus A320 neo jets also have 18 'preferred' economy seats with 32 inches of pitch compared to the standard 30 inches in economy.
Brisbane is the airline's second Australian destination, with the airline already flying a Boeing 787 from Melbourne to London via Brunei.