Royal Jordanian apologizes to its passengers for some flight delays

Jul


Royal Jordanian apologized to its passengers for any delay that may occur during these days on some of its flights, in light of the current heavy passenger traffic, shortage of personnel working at airports and global ground handling companies, and the spread of the Omicron virus, with which many of RJ crew members are tested positive. Meanwhile, the airline is working relentlessly and within its capabilities to send crew members to the stations that are affected by this delay.

RJ stressed its keenness to provide the best services to its customers and its utmost concern for their safety, and that any delay that may occur to some flights is in all cases beyond the control of the company. RJ appreciates the patience of its customers and their understanding to such circumstances.

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Royal Jordanian Hosts Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Arab Air Carriers’ Organization in Amman

Sep - 

Amman, Sept. 13, 2022 – Today, on September 13, 2022, Royal Jordanian hosted the ninety-second Executive Committee meeting of the Arab Air Carriers’ Organization in Amman, by kind invitation of Eng. Samer Majali, Vice Chairman and CEO of Royal Jordanian. The meeting was chaired by Mr. Mohamed El-Hout, Chairman of the Board - Director General of Middle East Airlines and Chairman of AACO’s Executive Committee, with the participation of the following members of the Executive Committee: Mr. Tony Douglas, Group Chief Executive Officer - Etihad Aviation Group, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, Group Chief Executive - Qatar Airways, Mr. Abdelhamid Addo, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer - Royal Air Maroc, His Excellency Eng. Ibrahim Abdul Rahman Al Omar, Director General- Saudia, and Mr. Khaled Chelly, Chairman and CEO-Tunisair, in addition to AACO’s Secretary General, Mr. Abdul Wahab Teffaha.

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Royal Jordanian debuts flights to Toronto, starting June 2

Jun - 

Amman, June 2, 2022 - Royal Jordanian today commenced its new service to Toronto, Canada. The airline will run the three direct weekly flights with its wide-bodied Boeing 787 aircraft on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. The new route is bound to give RJ greater visibility in the North American market.

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