Royal Jordanian Airlines

    Royal Jordanian established itself as a national carrier in 1963, with three aircrafts and just four regional destinations. Currently, under the guidance of King Abdullah II, it has become an elite international airline. Its reputation was further uplifted in the eyes of the public when it became a full-time member of the oneworld alliance in 2007. Through this alliance, the airline serves both business and leisure travelers, connecting them to over 1,000 destinations in more than 150 countries across the world, through other carriers registered with the oneworld alliance.

    The fleet

    Royal Jordanian’s fleet comprises of over 30 aircraft, ncluding Airbus A319-132, A320-232, A321-23 and A330-223, and the advanced Boeing 787–8 Dreamliner aircraft. It also makes use of the Embraer 195 and Embraer 175 for its regional routes. Its future plan includes more expansion of the Boeing 787–8 Dreamliner by 2017. Its cargo fleet consists of two Airbus A310-300F, with a capacity of 35.5 tons each. The carrier also provides charter flight services through its sister company Royal Wings, which serves the Middle East, Africa, Gulf and Europe, using Embraer and Airbus aircraft.


    It has a network of over 60 global stops; operating daily flights to London, three daily flights to Dubai and four weekly flights to New York, to name a few. Located in Amman, Royal Jordanian’s primary hub provides high connectivity around the world. It covers various destinations in South East Asia, Europe, North America, Africa and the Middle East. This is facilitated through direct flights and codeshare flights through the oneworld alliance. Popular destinations includes Cairo, Egypt; Bangkok, Thailand; Kuwait, Abu Dhabi; Montreal, Detroit and Cleveland, North America; and Paris, Milan and Amsterdam in Europe.

    Crown class

    Crown or premium class passengers can enjoy priority check-in, baggage assistance, extra baggage allowance and complimentary services at the premium airport lounges. The in-flight experience includes a glass of champagne, fine dining with four course meals, high quality personal screens, and 180º sleeper seats.

    Economy and youngsters

    Economy class passengers can also enjoy hot meals, comfortable seating and in-flight entertainment. Kids are given special attention, with child-friendly meals, children’s entertainment options and assistance for unaccompanied minors.

    Before you leave home

    Make sure to use the web-check-in and self check-in options to save time. You can check the baggage allowance printed on your Royal Jordanian flight ticket or online. You can also contact the information counter for special needs, special meals, assistance for pregnant women and while flying with pets.

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