AIG welcomed the arrival of several new flights to QAIA this week. Within a 48-hour period Royal Jordanian, Wataniya Airways, FlyDubai and Malev Airlines all launched new flights, connecting Amman to Benghazi, Kuwait City,
Malev, the Hungarian national airline has announced plans to reinforce its Middle East and Eastern European network by starting service between Amman to Budapest. The airline will operate new generation Boeing 737 aircraft twice a week beginning June 2nd, 2009.
Middle East Airlines- Air Liban (MEA) has confirmed plans to offer two flights a day from Amman, Jordan to Beirut, Lebanon. The new summer schedule will provide passengers departing Queen Alia International Airport with morning
Austrian Airlines launched non-stop service to Amman on Tuesday, May 5th, between its Vienna hub to Amman. The inaugural flight, OS853, touched down at Queen Alia International Airport shortly after 3:00pm on May 5th to a warm Jordanian
Flydubai, Dubai’s first low-cost carrier, has confirmed that scheduled air services between the UAE city and Amman will begin on June 2nd, 2009.Two inaugural routes were announced at an April 6th media conference where Amman and Beirut were