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September 18, 2023
Watan Al-Youm: Royal Jordanian Airlines, in cooperation with the Brazilian company Embraer, provided a unique travel experience on Monday on one of Embraer’s modern E2-E195 aircraft, which is designated for short-haul flights.
Participating in the promotional flight over the city of Amman was His Excellency the Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Makram Al-Qaisi, the Commander of the Air Force, Brigadier General Muhammad Hiasat, the Commander of the Security and Protection Unit, Brigadier General Zaid Al-Naqrash, the Brazilian Ambassador to Jordan, the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors/CEO of Royal Jordanian, Engineer Samer Al-Majali, and a group of officials in the public and private sectors and those concerned. In the sector.
During the trip, Royal Jordanian also hosted a number of academics and a group of students from Al Hussein Technical University as part of the company’s initiatives in the field of social responsibility, empowering youth, and enhancing the educational process.
Al-Majali said that Royal Jordanian will introduce the first two aircraft into service in its fleet in December 2023, as part of the plan to modernize the fleet allocated to serve short-haul routes and replace old ones. This type of aircraft will support the regional network of Royal Jordanian and the company’s direction towards making Amman a major station and empowering it. Increasing the frequency of operation to all destinations in the region.
The Embraer E2-E195 aircraft is a modern type of aircraft that is economical to operate and environmentally friendly, with low maintenance costs and an ideal size for serving short and regional flights. The aircraft also features high-quality technical services in terms of design, and also enables passengers to use Wi-Fi Internet services during… The trip will allow passengers to spend comfortable and useful times while traveling on flights, especially businessmen, students and tourists
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