Royal Jordanian Airlines Hub System
Royal Jordanian Airlines operates with a hub system, which includes several base(s) of operations and hub airports. The main base of operations for the airline is Queen Alia International Airport (AMM) in Amman, Jordan. This airport serves as the primary hub for Royal Jordanian Airlines, connecting passengers to various domestic and international destinations.
In addition to Queen Alia International Airport, Royal Jordanian Airlines also operates a secondary hub at King Hussein International Airport (AQJ) in Aqaba, Jordan. This airport primarily serves as a gateway to the popular tourist destination of Aqaba and offers connections to select domestic and international destinations.
The hub system of Royal Jordanian Airlines allows for efficient flight operations, convenient connections, and a wide range of destination options for passengers. The airline's hub airports are equipped with modern facilities and amenities to ensure a seamless travel experience for travelers.
Established in 1963, Royal Jordanian Airlines has a long history of operating with a hub system. The airline has strategically chosen its hub airports to cater to the needs of both domestic and international travelers. The hub system enables Royal Jordanian Airlines to offer a comprehensive network of flights, connecting passengers from various origins to their desired destinations.
For additional information such as flight schedules, destinations, and aircraft details, visit the Royal Jordanian Airlines Guide.
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