First Charter Flight From Slovakia Lands In Aqaba

(MENAFN- Jordan News Agency)

Amman, June 7 (Petra) -- The first charter plane from Slovakia carrying 189 tourists touched down at King Hussein International Airport in Aqaba on Wednesday, marking the start of a new air bridge to attract 3,400 tourists from Slovakia until next October.
The introduction of a new air route supported by the Jordan tourism Board signifies an increase in tourist arrivals and the revival of charter flights, said Makram Qeisi, the Chairman of JTB and Minister of Tourism and Antiquities.
Abdul Razzaq Arabiyyat, the Director General of JTB, stated that the newly established route is a product of collaborative efforts between the Ministry, the JTB, and the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority, all working towards the goal of boosting tourism in the Kingdom.
He said the JTB seeks to lure regulated charter and low-cost flights from numerous countries directly to the Queen Alia International Airport and King Hussein International Airport.


Jordan News Agency

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