Tunisair does not operate flights between the two Arab capitals. According to the airline, the code shared, four-weekly flights are now open for sale. This agreement with Tunisair is bound to enhance cooperation between the two flag carriers and improve passenger traffic by providing Tunisair customers convenient options to fly to Amman; they can also plan their trips to reach further destinations on RJ’s global route network.
“This agreement is a new step in the strategic and historical partnership between our countries. It is also an added value towards enhanced air traffic between our companies,” expanded Elyes Mnakbi, CEO, Tunisair.