Abu Dhabi Airports Company (Adac) and Royal Jordanian Airlines, the national carrier for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, announced an additional two weekly flights between Abu Dhabi International Airport and Queen Alia International Airport.
In addition to its daily flights during the winter season, Royal Jordanian Airlines is now operating two extra flights on Thursdays and Saturdays between Amman and Abu Dhabi bringing the total number of flights to nine per week. This new flights have been introduced by the airline to accommodate the growing demand for weekend and short travel visits between the two cities, and to increase flexible timings for passengers.
Ahmed Al Haddabi, Chief Operating Officer at Adac commented: "We are glad to see that our airline partners are keen to develop their services from the Capital's airport as it will offer more choices to our passengers and ultimately supports Adac's strategy to become one of the leading airports in the world. Royal Jordanian Airlines is one of our close partners and we will continue to support their initiatives to provide customers with high quality and efficient travel solutions that cater to their needs and requirements."
Royal Jordanian President/CEO Hussein Dabbas said: "Royal Jordanian Airlines is pleased to announce this increase in frequencies between Amman and Abu Dhabi, which reflects our commitment to provide convenient services to our passengers. We would like to thank Abu Dhabi Airports Company for the quality of service they provide for us and our passengers, which ultimately supports the airline's initiatives to develop its services on this route."
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