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According to CAPA - Centre for Aviation, Queen Alia International Airport welcomed 785,454 passengers in September, registering a 1.4 percent increase compared to the corresponding month in 2016.

An upward trajectory in aircraft movements was also registered for the month under review, with a two percent growth over September 2016 while the cargo unit saw a 33.1 percent increase.

Located in Zizya, 30 km south of the capital city of Amman, the gateway is home to the country's national flag carrier, Royal Jordanian and serves as a major hub for Jordan Aviation, Royal Falcon and Royal Wings.