Royal Jordanian was established in Dec. 1963. It is the national flag carrier of Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and is headquartered in the capital city of Amman. Queen Alia International Airport is the airline’s main operating hub. Royal Jordanian airlines is a member of International Air Transport Association (IATA), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the Arab Air Carriers’ Organization (AACO).
Royal Jordanian is a high - profile airline in the Middle East. The Jordanian government’s allocates great priority for the airline as one of the pillars of state’s basic economy. The airline has an impeccable aviation record making it on the top of the safest airlines to travel with. It has fleet of 27 aircrafts. The modernity of the fleet is a significant value for the company.Jordan airlines is keen to operate a modern fleet of aircrafts with an average service span of 5 years in order to remain a competitive airline in the global aviation market.Today,Jordan airlines operates flights to more than 45 destinations over 4 continents.
Since 2015, Jordan airlines has implemented a four-year enhancement plan. The main aims of the plan is reviewing the map of destinations, fleet quality, increasing market share, revenue management, ensuring fuel supply at an economical price amongst other objective.
In order to expand its destinations, Royal Jordanian Airlines has signed partnership agreements with a group of airlines:
Royal Jordanian offers two flight classes:
Royal Jordanian Airlines owns a fleet of more than 27 modern aircrafts:
Further, many more aircrafts are on order to be delivered.
Passengers on board Royal Jordanian airlines canbook their flight tickets online.
The passengers can also issue boarding pass through the Internet and within a time period ranging from 24 hours to 4 hours before the scheduled departure time. In order to check-in at the airport counters, passengers have to report at check-in counters three hours prior to the flight departure time.
A royal decree was issued on December 15 to establish a national Jordanian airline called Alia. It was named after the daughter of the former king of Jordan, Hussein Bin Talal.
Alia airline introduced jet aircrafts after the purchase of Boeing 707.
Alia airline was changed to Royal Jordanian.
Royal Jordanian airlines joined One World Alliance.
Boeing 787 Dreamliner joined the service in the fleet of Royal Jordanian.