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Royal Jordanian Airlines is the flag carrier airline of Jordan and operates from its hub airport at Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan. Royal Jordanian Airlines' fleet comprises of Boeing 787s, Airbus A330s, A321s, A320s, A319s, Embraer 195s and Embraer 175s. 
Royal Jordanian Airlines is a member of the Oneworld global airline alliance. It has codeshare agreements with many airlines including Gulf Air, Syrian Air, TAROM, Meridiana Fly, Oman Air, Middle East Airlines and Turkish Airlines. Royal Jordanian Airlines flies to many destinations including Abu Dhabi, Accra, Aden, Bahrain, Basra, Belgrade, Berlin, Beirut, Brussels, Jakarta, Khartoum, Kuala Lumpur, Zurich, Vienna, Tunis, Tel Aviv, Tabuk and many others. 
Royal Jordanian Airlines offers Crown Class where passengers can enjoy Premier Check-In area at Queen Alia International Aiport and the fully equipped Crown Lounge at the Airport. The Airbus A340 is equipped with sleeper seats that recline to a flat, 180 degree position. 
Crown Class passengers are allowed two pieces of carry-on baggage in the cabin. Economy class passengers are allowed one piece of carry-on baggage whereby weight shall not exceed 7kg and the sum of the maximum dimensions shall not exceed 115cm. Crown Class passengers are entitled to 2 pieces of checked baggage of up to 32 kg. For Economy class passengers, they are allowed 2 pieces of baggage of up to 23 kg. 
Royal Jordanian Airlines operates a frequent flyer program called Royal Plus whereby travellers are rewarded for regular traveller. Members' rewards include check-in at Business Class Counter, Access to all Royal Jordanian lounges, priorty in waitlist, a gift package, priority in upgrades and extra baggage allowance. The four tiers in the Royal Plus Program are Royal Plus Blue, Silver, Gold and Platinum. In March 2016, Royal Jordanian Airlines started operating its new regular route to Guangzhou with three weekly flights. Guangzhou is RJ's second Chinese destination and the fifth in the Middle East. The others are Hong Kong, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta. 
In November 2016, Royal Jordanian announces it was to stop two of its Asia-Pacific services - to Guangzhou and Jakarta as due to financial reasons. The cancellation of these operations effectively ceases the airline’s services to mainland China and Indonesia. Royal Jordanian currently operates a three-times-weekly Amman-Bangkok-Guangzhou service and a three-times-weekly Amman-Kuala Lumpur-Jakarta service. Following the closing of the two services, the carrier will still operate flights to three destinations in Asia-Pacific: Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Hong Kong. In November 2016, Royal Jordanian took delivery of its latest - sixth - Boeing 787 Dreamliner. This aircraft and a seventh B787, expected to join the RJ fleet at the beginning of next year, are being operated on a capital lease. The other five Dreamliners are being operated on an operational lease. The B787s are replacing Airbus A340s and A330s the carrier previously operated; five of these aircraft types were phased out two years ago and another two A330s are expected to be retired from the RJ fleet in the near future. In March 2017, Royal Jordanian Airlines announced it had banned any electronic or electrical devices on board flights to or from the United States. 

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Amman    Riyadh


Tabuk    Amman


Vienna    Amman


Amman    Tunis


Paris    Amman


Amman    Munich


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Queen Alia Airport, Amman

HUB Airport


Queen Alia International Airport is the main airport for Amman, Jordan and is the hub airport for Royal Jordanian Airlines, Jordan Aviation, Royal Falcon and Royal Wings. Other airlines which fly to and from this airport include Gulf Air, Iraqi Airways, flydubai, Etihad Airways, Alitalia, Air Arabia Jordan, Air Arabia Egypt and many others. 






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Royal Jordanian Airlines With its major hub at Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Royal Jordanian serves 50 destinations worldwide. Royal Jordanian Amman Hub From a European perspective 12 capital cities have direct flights to Amman, plus Frankfurt, Munich, Milan Barcelona and Zurich. Amman is the gateway for the world famous ruins at Petra and for the most adventurous travellers regular onward services operate through Amman to Baghdad, Ebril and Basra in Iraq. The airline’s long haul fleet is entirely Airbus based and the short haul operates on Dash 8 and Embraer 195’s. "Change is in the Air", Royal Jordanian has a new look, a new approach to customers and a revamped route network. Look out for some very special fares to Columbo (Sri Lanka), Khartoum (Sudan) and Bangkok (Thailand) all via Amman. Royal Jordanian - to Jordan and the Middle East With a new feel to its advertising Royal Jordanian Airlines has declared its mission to make every passenger have a relaxing flight. Whether you’re holidaying in the romantic ruins of Petra (and we recommend you should at some time during your life!) or heading for the distinctly un-romantic cities in Iraq (and we recommend you shouldn’t) then Royal Jordanian is now worthy of consideration.

Royal Jordanian gets competition on Amman to Kuwait trunk route

Long established and well respected, Royal Jordanian is facing new competition in its home market as low cost airline, Air Arabia started services between the capital, Amman and Kuwait City on 18th May 2015.

Royal Jordanian to re-launch services to Kuala Lumpur

Royal Jordanian Airlines, based in Amman, will launch three weekly flights to the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur from Amman via Bangkok from June 2010 using an Airbus A330.

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