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The flight goes nowhere - and it's sold out

Amid large-scale travel restrictions, flights that return to the same airport allow airline staff to keep working

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Royal Brunei Airlines staff serve cake to a passenger celebrating a birthday on a flight to nowhere - an increasingly popular practice that environmental groups criticise as unnecessary.

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei

IN AUGUST, Nadzri Harif, a DJ at Kristal FM radio station in Brunei, set foot in an airport for the first time in six months. The experience, he said, was exhilarating.

Sure, moving through Brunei International Airport was different, with face masks,...

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