Royal Jordanian will begin the long road to recovery on 23 July when it resumes domestic scheduled flights.
Jordan’s national carrier was grounded and left without normal revenue streams in mid-March when Queen Alia International Airport closed to commercial flights.
Royal Jordanian's three weekly flights to Aqaba, on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, will be operated from Queen Alia International Airport.
The aircraft leaves at 11:30am and arrives at Aqaba’s King Hussein International Airport at 12:25pm. It will leave Aqaba at 2:00pm and reach Amman at 2:55pm.
Stefan Pichler, Royal Jordanian’s CEO, said that the airline is “pleased” to resume flights to Aqaba.
The airline is cooperating with the Ministry of Tourism and Jordan Tourism Board to promote domestic tourism.
Jordanians are expected to take advantage of a “very attractive fare”, the airline said.