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RJ flights diverted to Amman Civil Airport due to dust
Amman, Oct. 2, 2012: Royal Jordanian was forced to divert some of its flights coming to Amman, starting with October 1, 2012. Two of its flights landed at Amman Civil Airport-Marka, instead of Queen Alia International Airport, due to the weather instability and wind shear, in addition to the cover of dust around the airport area, which resulted in poor visibility for landing.
On Oct. 1, an aircraft coming from Berlin was diverted to Amman Civil Airport-Marka and on Oct. 2, another aircraft coming from Abu Dhabi was diverted to the same airport. Some of the passengers who were onboard left Amman Civil Airport to their homes, whereas transit passengers were flown onboard the two aircraft to Queen Alia International Airport to continue their travel after the weather conditions improved.
This year's 1Q RJ losses decline by JD1 million compared to 2016
Amman, April 27, 2016 – Royal Jordanian losses dropped by JD1 million in the first quarter of 2016, from JD8.3 million in the first quarter of 2015 to JD 7.3 million for the same period this...
Hafez re-elected chairman of RJ’s new board of directors
Amman, April 20, 2016 — The new board of directors of Royal Jordanian Airlines elected Suleiman Hafez as its chairman during the first meeting it held, on April 20, at the RJ head office....