Royal Jordanian hosts the national football team at the Crown Lounge
Amman, June 3, 2013- Royal Jordanian hosted Jordan’s national football team at the new Crown Lounge in Queen Alia International Airport on May 31, prior to their flight to Bangkok where they will connect to Auckland, New Zealand. In New Zealand, they will hold a training camp ahead of their much anticipated Round 4, FIFA World Cup Group B Asian qualifier against Australia.
The team is set to have their final training camp from May 31 to June 5 where they will play their hosts on June 4 before heading to Melbourne for the World Cup qualifier on June 11.
RJ staff members offered the national team members distinguished services that reflect the true Jordanian hospitality. The national team members also expressed their admiration for the new terminal and the state-of-the-art Crown Lounge and its superior amenities.
Royal Jordanian has a strategic partnership with the Jordanian Football Association that includes all national teams that travel across the globe to represent the nation in all Arab, continental, and international events.
The Jordanian Football Association and Royal Jordanian have a common role, namely that they both act as an ambassador of the country in all countries that they travel to.
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