Royal Jordanian serves more than 50 destinations in 33 countries, including 27 points in the Levant, Middle East, Gulf and North Africa, along with po
ints in Asia, Europe and North America. Its 3,300 staff operate a fleet of almost 25 aircraft – including newly-delivered Airbus A340s, A321s and A320s and Embraer 195s. Last year, the airline boarded 1.7 million passengers.It reported net profits of US$31 million in its latest full year (2005), on revenues of US$546 million. Founded in 1963, it is currently a public shareholding company wholly owned by the Jordanian government, which intends to privatise it during 2007.
Royal Jordanian received the prestigious Phoenix Award from Air Transport World earlier this year and a similar award from the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation late in 2006, both in recognition of its successful restructuring programme which has seen the company restored to profitability, re-equipped with a new fleet and with a refocused network.
Text: Royal Jordanian Airlines/ One World
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