Fly Jordan on its way to obtain license as regular operator, says CEO

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An undated photo of a Fly Jordan aircraft. (Photo: Fly Jordan Facebook)
AMMAN — CEO of Fly Jordan Airlines Amjad Maslamani said that the company has developed an operation plan for 2022, and that one of its most important goals is to raise the company’s capital by JD7.5 million in preparation for converting it into a licensed regular operator, according to Ad-Dustour daily.اضافة اعلان

Maslamani said that the company owns two Boeing 737-300 aircraft, which are licensed according to the instructions of the Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission, and hold an aviation license.

The executive added that Fly Jordan’s aircraft reflect the level of service and comfort needed to compete regionally.

Maslamani stressed that Fly Jordan is seriously committed to implementing its policy based on providing the “best service”, which is to secure travel for all at reasonable prices. He said the company has achieved 91 percent on-schedule flights in 2021.

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