Cheap Royal Jordanian Flights (RJ)


Royal Jordanian, the national carrier of The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, was established in 1963 under the name "Alia," to become one of the first airlines in the region. It was privatised in December 2007 - the Jordanian government retained a 29 per cent holding with the next biggest shareholder, a company in the M1 group, with 19 per cent.

Royal Jordanian started its operations with three aircraft operating to three regional destinations.

With a network of 55 destinations in four continents today, Royal Jordanian is currently one of the largest airlines in the MENA region.

Royal Jordanian has always carried out its role as goodwill ambassador and bridge across which Jordan exchanges culture, civilization, trade, technology, friendship, and better understanding with the rest of the world, and sustains its vision of being the airline of choice connecting Jordan and the Levant with the world. Accordingly, Royal Jordanian is continually modernizing and upgrading its services, renewing the fleet, and expanding its route network and operations.

Royal Jordanian Airlines serves 55 destinations in 35 plus countries. It flies to around 28 points in the Arab world - giving it the most extensive network of any airline in this region. It flies to points in Asia, Europe, Africa and North America, including oneworld hubs Bangkok, Barcelona, Chicago O'Hare, Hong Kong, London Heathrow, Madrid and New York JFK.

With some 4,400 staff, Royal Jordanian carried more than 2.7 million passengers in 2008.

The airline operates one of the world's most modern fleets, numbering 29 aircraft - with Airbus A340s on longhaul routes (to be replaced by Boeing 787s from 2014), A320/A321s on shorthaul, and Embraer 195s and 175s on regional services. They operate more than 110 departures a day.

Travel Classes:
Royal Jordanian prides itself on providing a high quality of customer service. It offers two cabin classes on all flights - Crown (Business) and Economy.

On its longhaul flights, Crown offers sleeperseats that recline to fully flat, spaced 83 ins (211 cm) apart. The airline completed a major upgrade to its products, with all seats covered in leather and with individual in-flight entertainment screens, with audio and video on demand in Crown Class.

Its two brand new Airbus A319 provide mobile OnAir services, enabling Royal Jordanian passengers to stay connected while in flight, using mobile phones to make and receive calls, exchange text and multimedia messages. The service also allows passengers to send e-mails and access the Internet through smartphones or any other mobile phone equipped with the GPRS service. Royal Jordanian plans to extend this service to be implemented on all its aircraft in the future.

Codeshare Partners:
Royal Jordanian has code-shares with oneworld partners American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia and Malév Hungarian Airlines.

Beyond oneworld, it has relationships with Gulf Air, US Airways, Syrian Arab Airlines, Yemenia-Yemen Airways, Tarom-S.A.

Frequent Flyer:
Royal Jordanian's frequent flyer programme is called Royal Plus. Its Platinum Plus is equivalent to oneworld Emerald, Gold Plus is equal to oneworld Sapphire and Silver Plus is oneworld Ruby.

Airport Lounge Tour:
Experience Crowne Lounge

Royal Jordanian invites oneworld Emerald and Sapphire members to enjoy the Royal Jordanian Crowne lounge at Queen Alia International Airport.

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