As of June 03, Royal Jordanian (RJ) is flying directly to Denmark's capital, Copenhagen.
According to figures released by Airport International Group, Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) welcomed 1,814,157 passengers during the first quarter of this year.
Stemming from Airport International Group’s steadfast sense of responsibility towards preserving their surrounding environment, Jordan’s Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) was able to complete the requirements of the final level, level 3+, Neutrality, of the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) programme.
With the UAE, Oman and Jordan continuing to attract a huge number of visitors from nearby GCC countries, Desert Adventures, a destination management company, has taken a significant step forward in increasing its market share in the region by appointing Akhom Hospitality Consulting (AHC) as its sales representative in KSA, Kuwait and Bahrain.
Qatar Airways plans to introduce three additional weekly frequencies linking Doha and Amman, Jordan from an anticipated date of May 02. The additional frequencies will increase the Qatari national carrier’s weekly services to Amman to 12.
King Hussein International Airport, Aqaba, Jordan welcomed 200,000 passengers throughout 2017, marking a 27.1 percent increase year-on-year, according to Jordan News Agency.
Aligned with its efforts towards reducing its environmental impact, Airport International Group (AIG) recently signed an agreement with Shams al Mattar lil-Taqa, wholly owned by Kawar Investment, for the establishment of a 10 MWac solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant at Jordan’s Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA).
Royal Jordanian (RJ) announced its intention to resume scheduled flights between Amman, Jordan and Erbil and Sulaymaniyah, Iraq, from April 01.
Hilton Dead Sea Resort & Spa recently hosted Iraqi star singer Kadim Al Sahir for what was described as one of Jordan’s biggest ever concerts.
JORDAN'S CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL ATTRACTIONS ARE SET TO INSPIRE MICE TRAVELLERS TO COMBINE BUSINESS WITH LEISURE AND MAKE THE MOST OF THEIR STAY.