Royal Jordanian

In 1963, Royal Jordanian was established by a Royal Decree issued by His Majesty King Hussein, to be the national air carrier of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan having its hub of operations at Queen Alia International Airport in Amman.

Royal Jordanian has a vision “To be the Airline of choice connecting Jordan and the Levant with the world” and to be able to achieve this vision, Royal Jordanian continuously works on modernizing its fleet, expanding its route network, training its human resources and upgrading its operating systems.

Royal Jordanian distinguishes itself through the top-notch services it offers its passengers in addition to its clean safety record, which has become the airline’s strong trademark. Moreover, and due to the global reputation that the airline enjoys, Royal Jordanian became a member of the oneworld alliance in 2007, among other internationally reputable airlines, to offer its passengers with connectivity options to more than 800 airports around the world.

To maintain loyalty of its passengers, the airline has introduced Royal Club program which entitles its members to a wide range of privileges offered by Royal Jordanian and the oneworld alliance. The program is free to join and rewards the passengers based on the collected miles during their travels on board Royal Jordanian and the oneworld alliance flights.

Royal Jordanian Fleets

Royal Jordanian Operates a fleet of 26 aircrafts including a combination of the most reliable and safe aircrafts in the world:


Royal Jordanian connects its passengers directly to 50 global destinations which covers the world's major business and financial centers, as well as some of the most popular tourist destinations.