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Amman, December 2018 - In collaboration with longstanding partners and as part of Airport International Group’s objective to grow the route network of Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA), Irish low-cost airline Ryanair launched eight new destinations - in addition to existing routes with Paphos and Bucharest - connecting Amman with multiple European countries; namely Belgium, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania and Poland.
Ryanair will be operating two weekly flights between Amman and Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport in Hungary; Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport in Italy; Kraków John Paul II International Airport and Warsaw Modlin Airport in Poland; Václav Havel Airport Prague in Czech Republic; Brussels Airport in Belgium and Vilnius Airport in Lithuania; as well as three weekly flights to and from Orio al Serio International Airport in Italy.
“We commend the efforts of our long-term partner, Jordan Tourism Board, in adding new destinations through Ryanair, sharing our goal to broaden Queen Alia International Airport’s existing route network. As Jordan’s prime gateway to the world, not only are we looking to offer passengers convenient and affordable travel options, but we are also striving to do everything in our power to positively impact the local tourism scene and the national economy at large,” commented Airport International Group CEO, Kjeld Binger.