Royal Jordanian Airline
About Royal Jordanian
ROYAL JORDANIAN AIRLINES ROUTES
Royal Jordanian Airlines fly from:
Abu Dhabi, Aden, Al Ain, Al-Arish, Aleppo, Alexandria, Amman Civil,
Amman Q.A, Amsterdam, Ankara, Aqaba, Athens, Bahrain, Bangkok,
Barcelona, Basra, Beirut, Cairo, Calcutta, Casablanca, Chicago,
Colombo, Damascus, Dammam, Delhi, Detroit, Dhahran, Doha, Dubai,
Erbil, Frankfurt, Gaza, Geneva, Istanbul, Jakarta, Jeddah, Karachi,
Khartoum, Kuwait, Larnaca, Las Vegas, London, Los Angeles, Madrid,
Milan, Moscow, Mumbai, Munich, Muscat, New Orleans, New York,
Paris, Phoenix, Riyadh, Rome, San Francisco, Sanaa, Shannon, Sharm
El Sheik, St Louis, Stockholm, Tel AVIV, Tripoli, Tunis, Vienna
Royal Jordanian Airlines fly to:
Abu Dhabi, Aden, Al Ain, Aleppo, Alexandria, Amman Q.A, Amman
Civil, Amsterdam, Ankara, Aqaba, Athens, Bahrain, Bangkok, Basra,
Beirut, Barcelona, Cairo, Calcutta, Casablanca, Chicago, Colombo,
Damascus, Dammam, Dhahran, Delhi, Detroit, Doha, Dubai, Erbil,
Frankfurt, Geneva, Istanbul, Jakarta, Jeddah, Karachi, Khartoum,
Kuwait, Larnaca, Las Vegas, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Milan,
Moscow, Mumbai, Munich, Muscat, New Orleans, New York, Paris,
Phoenix, Riyadh, Rome, San Francisco, Sanaa, St Louis, Stockholm,
Shannon, Tel AVIV, Tripoli, Tunis, Vienna and Zurich.
About Royal Jordanian
Royal Jordanian, the national carrier of Jordan, was first airborne
in 1963 and christened Alia. Four decades later, Royal Jordanian
is the epitome of luxury, safety and convenience in air travel.
In a highly-competitive industry, they are recognized for their
innovative strategies and policies and consequently efficient
and reliable service.
Royal Jordanian Fleet
Royal Jordanian is among the oldest airlines in the region with
one of the youngest fleets around. Their fleet is constantly being
upgraded and expanded to meet the demand for its world-class service.
Royal Jordanian are phasing out the A310 and replacing them with
more modern and larger aircraft. Four long-haul A340 now take
you direct and non-stop all the way to New York, Chicago, Detroit
and Bangkok. Four A310's operate on long / medium-haul destinations,
in addition to five A320's and two A321's aircraft that operate
on short and medium-haul destinations. Two A310's are now dedicated
for cargo, and two F28's for flights to short destinations.
Royal Jordanian Network
In their 40 years of operation, Royal Jordanian have developed
an extensive network of destinations, stopovers and connections.
With the recent addition of new routes to Aleppo, Barcelona, Khartoum,
they can now take you to over 50 destinations in the Middle East,
Europe, North America, the Far East and Asia.
Code-share agreements with airline giants like America West, Air
Canada take you further on their behalf to other US cities, Montréal,
Toronto, among others.
Royal Jordanian Awards
Thanks to their team of professional and friendly ground and air
crew, Royal Jordanian is the winner of a host of prestigious awards,
the most prominent of which are:
- the Platinum Star Award in Air Travel Services (1998);
- the Arch of Europe for Quality and the International Gold
Star for Quality (1999);
- and in 2000, their Engineering and Maintenance Department
was awarded the JAR-145 Maintenance Certificate; In flight services
certified ISO (9001-2000)
- in 2004. RJ was awarded in (2005) the IOSA certificate (IATA
Operational Safety Audit).
For further information on Royal Jordanian Airlines visit the
Royal Jordanian website.