Royal Jordanian has resumed services between Amman and Kuala Lumpur, with three weekly flights on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between the two cities, including a stopover in Bangkok. An Airbus A330 is used on the route.
Hussein Dabbas, RJ president and CEO, said that commercial, economic and tourism activities prompted the resumption of air links. Jordan is also a popular stopover for Malaysians on their way to or from pilgrimages around holy Islamic sites.
The airline has been serving the Malaysian capital since the 1980s but had to suspend flights in 2003 due to poor revenue.
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