Royal Jordanian is the national airline of Jordan, with Queen Alia International Airport as its main hub and head office located in Amman, Jordan.
Established in the year 1963, it started with three aircraft and four regional destinations. Now it has 30 aircraft and operates in major destinations of Asia, Europe, North America and the Middle East.
It has won various awards like Airline of the Year 2010 in Arabian Business Achievement Awards and Airline Strategy Award 2007 by Airline Business Magazine.
Royal Jordanian Operation
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Royal Jordanian Baggage Information
(For all destinations except North America And Europe)
Crown Class passengers can carry baggage with the standard size 30 kg and size 158 cm.
Economy Class passengers are allowed to take baggage whose weight shouldn't exceed 20 kg and size shouldn't exceed 158 cm.
Hand Baggage: Crown Class passengers are entitled to carry two pieces of hand baggage and economy class passengers are allowed to carry one piece of hand baggage. The standard weight and size of the baggage for both classes are 7 kg and 115 cm respectively.
Royal Jordanian Inflight Services
In order to meet passenger’s expectations from Royal Jordanian, the airline offers an impressive fleet of 32 aircrafts that are synonymous with comfort. Its fleet includes Airbus A340 (North America), A330 (Europe and Asia), A321 (regional and European routes), A320 (Middle East and Europe) and A319 (Levant and to Europe). The airlines also boast of Embraer 195 and Embraer 175 that operate within Levant region. With a motive to offer the best air travel experience to its passengers, the airline keeps upgrading its flights. In this direction, it has also placed order for 11 state-of-the-art Boeing 787 Dreamliners, which are expected to be delivered in 2014.
Royal Jordanian History
Royal Jordanian, the erstwhile Alia, was established on 9th December 1963 by His Majesty King Hussein. Within a week, on 15th December, the airlines started its operations. In 1965, it offered its first weekly flight to Europe (Rome) and a year later, it became a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). In 1971, it added two Boeing 707 and in 1974, it added Boeing 727, and since then it has been upgrading its fleet regularly. In 1975, Alia became the proud employer of the first Jordanian female flight engineer, who was also the first Arab woman to be a part of a crew member. In 1986, Alia was rechristened as Royal Jordanian that offers cheap flights on global routes. Within a decade, in 1996, its services extended to 48 cities across 4 continents. In 2007, it became a part of the Oneworld Alliance, about a decade after it had signed its first Codeshare Agreement, which proves beneficial for Royal Jordanian’s passengers.