Royal Jordanian announced Tuesday its plans to resume regular flights to Kuala Lumpur next month.
The move will end the carrier’s 7-year suspension in operations between Jordan and Malaysia, which was due to the weak economic feasibility of the route over the past years.
From June 2, RJ will operate three weekly flights departing from Amman via Bangkok using an A330 aircraft, which joins the fleet on May 24.
RJ President and chief executive Hussein Dabbas said the decision to reconnect the two countries came as Malaysia experiences economic revival and growth in commercial activity and tourism.The connection will expand RJ’s direct Amman network to reach 58 destinations.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: J.L