Royal Jordanian carries the fans of the Jordan National football team to Muscat
Amman, October 16, 2012: Royal Jordanian took off from Queen Alia International Airport this morning heading to Muscat carrying a large number of the Jordan National football team fans to attend the football game that will take place between the Omani and the Jordanian teams today.
The airline operated this flight with special discounted prices, in cooperation with Dallas travel and tourism Agency and The Jordan Football Association. The service was run in contribution, along with these national institutions, to support the national team and to enable its fans to attend the game live. The fans cheers on the playing ground will raise the morale of the Jordanian players to win this decisive match that will qualify them to proceed to the next round of the FIFA World Cup finals that will be held in Brazil in 2014.
Royal Jordanian facilitated all travel procedures for the fans at Queen Alia and Muscat International Airports. It also arranged for special buses to take the fans from Muscat International Airport to Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex Stadium, in addition to providing them with meals and drinks during the game.
A strategic relationship connects Royal Jordanian and the Jordan Football Association for several years. Accordingly, RJ is the official carrier for this association and all the Jordanian national teams that carries them to various countries all over the world, representing Jordan in all Arab and international sports events.
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