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Royal Jordanian increases daily flights

June 23 - Royal Jordanian (RJ) announced on Sunday that it has increased the number of daily flights from 100 to 110.

This is in response to thegrowing demand for travel during the summer months. Seat bookings during July and August show record figures for the first time in RJ’s history, said the statement, adding that initial bookings for July are more than 320,000 and are still growing.


Daily flights have been added to the following destinations: Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Dubai, Doha, Manama, Jeddah, Dammam, Kuwait, Beirut, Cairo, Istanbul, Damascus, Aleppo and Chicago.

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