Royal Jordanian increases frequencies to Khartoum
Royal Jordanian has announced plans to increase its frequency between Amman and the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, from five to seven weekly flights, effective September 17.
The airline's CEO Hussein Dabbas said the move is a result of the great demand on travel between the two countries, in light of the close relations that connect Jordan and Sudan in all economic and commercial fields. Additionally, the increased service will facilitate the growing movement of students and businessmen between the two countries.
"The offered seat capacity on the Amman-Khartoum sectors aims at serving the active medical tourism of the Sudanese citizens who visit Jordan to receive medical treatment in the Jordanian hospitals that enjoy high reputation and confidence from the Sudanese public. Moreover, the increased frequency serves transit passengers traveling to the Middle East region passing via Queen Alia International Airport," he added.
Royal Jordanian serves Khartoum using the Airbus A320 aircraft.