Royal Jordanian will add 20 A320neos to its fleet

(MENAFN) Royal Jordanian (RJ) has struck a deal with Airbus to replace its current 13 A320ceo aircraft family fleet with 20 new factory-built Airbus A320neo family aircraft.

According to RJ Vice Chairman/CEO Samer Majali, this is in keeping with the airline's strategic objective to modernize its narrow-body fleet of aircraft that will service its main routes in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe.

He noted that this is part of the airline's ambition to grow its entire fleet size from 24 to over 40 aircraft in the next 3-5 years.

As per Majali, the company's 5-year growth strategy (2023-2028) strengthens its position as the preferred air carrier in the Levant, promoting Amman as the region's premier gateway and Jordan as a spectacular tourism destination.

The design is adaptable, allowing for continual restructuring of the airline's route network, more connection, and improved service offerings at all contact points, all in an effort to make customers' experiences even more comfortable and convenient.

Majali stated that the airline undertook extensive feasibility studies to determine the optimum option of aircraft to replace the present A320ceo family fleet. To improve passenger comfort, the A320neo series has the most recent fuel and environmental efficient engines, huge sharklets, and the unique airflow cabin.


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