Royal Jordanian Upgrades Yet-To-Be-Restarted Brussels Ops

Royal Jordanian Upgrades Yet-To-Be-Restarted Brussels Ops
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Royal Jordanian is looking to restart services to Brussels later this year, but the number of flights will be upgraded to match demand.

Courtesy of, the carrier will be restarting services on October 26 this year.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Royal Jordanian To Return to Brussels…

Royal Jordanian Upgrades Yet-To-Be-Restarted Brussels Ops
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Using the Airbus A320s it has in its fleet, Royal Jordanian flight RJ141 will depart Amman at 1100 local and arrive in Brussels at 1415 local.

The return, RJ142, will then depart Brussels at 1515 before arriving back into the Jordanian capital at 2200.

In terms of the frequency upgrades, the service will go from two weekly historically to three weekly, operating on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.

The eight Airbus A320s in their fleet typically seat 12 people in Business, as well as 138 in Economy, with two of them just sitting 180 seats in Economy only, as per data from


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For Royal Jordanian, this route restart reflects its overall strategy to connect Amman with the rest of Europe and beyond.

The carrier has received three Airbus A320s in the last few months, giving the hint that they are going to expand on this, with Brussels being part of that overall plan.

Looking ahead, it will be interesting to see how much further the carrier wants to take things, especially if it means more connectivity and tourism opportunities for the region as a whole.

This will be an airline to definitely look out for going into the future.

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