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Royal Jordanian Adds Flights

Royal Jordanian Airlines will increase the frequency of flight services to Jeddah, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Bahrain in June.   The services are being increased in order to meet increasing demand between between Aman and these cities. 

Royal Jordanian is also adding flight services to Lebanon, Beirut - increasing their daily flight service to Beirut’s capital to four, and weekly operations to 28. The new flights will depart from Amman at 4 pm and touch down in Beirut at 5 pm. The return flight leaves Beirut at 5:45 pm and land in Amman at 6:35 pm.  Royal Jordanian has offered regular flight service to Beirut since 1963.
 

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