Royal Jordanian Inaugurates Amman-Dusseldorf Route

Royal Jordanian Inaugurates Amman-Dusseldorf Route
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Over the weekend, Royal Jordanian inaugurated services between Amman and Dusseldorf, as the airline continues to grow its route portfolio.

This service will operate on a twice-weekly basis, using its Airbus A320 aircraft, and aligns with the Jordanian airport’s goal of providing convenient non-stop connections.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Royal Jordanian Inaugurates Amman-Dusseldorf Route…

Royal Jordanian Inaugurates Amman-Dusseldorf Route
Photo Credit: Queen Alia International Airport.


Commenting on the new route between Amman and Dusseldorf was Karim Makhlouf, the Chief Commercial Officer of Royal Jordanian:

“It is my great pleasure to announce our new route to Düsseldorf in Germany, which will make it easier than ever for tourists from Germany to discover Jordan’s incredible wonders.”

“Helping promote and drive tourism to the kingdom is a key focus of our new corporate strategy—as is our emphasis on further developing Amman as the primary gateway to the Levant, by offering improved connectivity to our broader network.”

“This newest route is yet another step in line with RJ’s ambitious five-year growth plan, which includes increasing our current fleet of 24 aircraft to more than 40 aircraft in the coming three to five years.”

Adding to this was Nicolas Claude, the CEO of Airport International Group, that runs Queen Alia International Airport in Amman:

“We are excited to receive this inaugural flight from the vibrant German city of Düsseldorf, emphasising the steadfast efforts of all QAIA partners to steadily expand our destination network and link our passengers with major cities across the globe, while fostering a welcoming experience that feels like home via Jordan’s prime gateway to the world,”

As Royal Jordanian continues to grow, routes like this are a step in the right direction to ensure that significant growth in the region is achieved.

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