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Ethiopian Airlines, one of the largest network operators in Africa has announced that it has finalised all preparations to commence a passenger flight to Amman, Jordan as of September 19, with a thrice weekly flight.

Airport International Group announced that Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) has become the first in the Middle East, the second in the ACI Asia-Pacific region and one of only 21 airports worldwide to achieve Level 4+ ‘Transition’ of the Airport Carbon Accreditation Program. The ‘Transition’ certificate - granted by Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific - is valid until the renewal date in May 2025.

Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) welcomed on June 16, the first flyadeal flight from Jeddah - underscoring ongoing efforts to expand its airline and destination networks, while offering passengers diverse, affordable travel options. The Saudi low-cost airline will operate daily direct routes between Amman and Jeddah and Riyadh.

Radisson Hotel Group has announced the signing of Radisson Blu Hotel, Amman Galleria Mall, bringing its Middle East portfolio to 74 hotels in operation and under development. With construction already under way, the hotel is scheduled to open by the summer of 2023.

The Ritz-Carlton, part of Marriott Bonvoy's portfolio of 30 extraordinary hotel brands, recently announced the opening of The Ritz-Carlton, Amman, ushering in a new standard of refined hospitality in the heart of Jordan’s vibrant capital.

Royal Jordanian Airlines (RJ) plans to introduce additional flights from Cyprus, improved transit experience through Amman and special promotions for religious and adventure tourism into Jordan.

Airport International Group announced that the low-cost carrier, Wizz Air, has recently commenced direct flights between Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) and four European and Middle Eastern cities at a rate of two weekly flights per destination.

According to Airport International Group, Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) had welcomed 1,330,202 passengers (PAX) by the end of March (Q1) of this year - marking a 195,4 perceent surge and 30,9 percent decline against 2021 and 2019 figures, respectively.

Royal Jordanian (RJ) and Tamatem, a Jordanian based leading mobile games publisher in the region, sealed a contract to launch in-flight games on RJ flights, aiming to enhance passengers' experience onboard.

Royal Jordanian (RJ) recently placed the old Alia livery on one of its Airbus 321 to mark Jordan's centennial. The livery soared in the skies from the time the airline was established, in 1963, until it changed its name and logo to Royal Jordanian, in 1986. The aircraft also has Jordan's centennial logo placed on the fuselage.

Samer Majali, CEO, RJ, said that this initiative both celebrates the Kingdom's centenary and showcases RJ, the leading national carrier of Jordan. He added that it is also proof of the company's keenness to take part in all national events that Jordanians are proud of.

Majali stressed that Royal Jordanian celebrates its 58 years of existence, during which it has built a distinctive history, heritage, global reputation and livery that proudly depicts the Royal Crown, and that it will tirelessly endeavor to continuously improve the services it provides travellers, both on the ground and in the air, to ease travel procedures and to keep abreast of the developments in the air transport industry.

RJ also recently revealed a Petra-inspired livery on one of its 787s, showcases the breathtaking rose-red city that is one of the new seven wonders of the world and an instantly recognised image associated with Jordan.