Royal Jordanian to resume KL service
Royal Jordanian (RJ) will resume regular services to the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, on 2 June, after a seven year suspension in operations between the two countries.RJ President/CEO Hussein Dabbas pointed out that the decision to reconnect Jordan and Malaysia came in light of the Malaysian economic revival and the growth of its commercial activity and tourism. Malaysia is considered a gateway to Southeast Asia, particularly in the economic field.RJ will operate three weekly flights, departing from Amman Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, via Bangkok, using new Airbus 330 aircraft which will join the RJ fleet on 24 May. Kuala Lumpur is the second destination Royal Jordanian has added to its route network in 2010, after Medina, to which RJ started four weekly flights at the end of March. The new routes bring to 58 the number of destinations served directly from Amman.