Royal Jordanian pays JD60 million of its debt to state Treasury

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AMMAN — Vice-Chairman/CEO of Royal Jordanian Airlines Samer Al-Majali said on Monday that the company was able to pay about JD60 million of its debt to the state Treasury, according to Al Mamlaka TV.اضافة اعلان

Speaking in the Senate to present plans to stimulate economy and tourism, RJ Commercial Vice President Karim Makhlouf said that the airline’s strategic plan entails using new technologies and modern marketing methods to expand access to global areas.

He pointed out that the airline is looking to expand the base of passengers by providing advanced travel products and packages for new segments of travelers.

Senator Nidal Qatamin stressed the importance of the Kingdom’s official national carrier, pointing to the repercussions of the pandemic, which caused a negative impact on various economic sectors, especially the aviation sector.

He discussed challenges and ways to overcome obstacles with the concerned sectors in a way that contributes to the country’s development and economic progress.

Also discussed was the need to reconsider the ticket prices, encourage Jordanians to travel by using the national carrier, and work to improve the services provided by the company.

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