Royal Jordanian (RJ) will further slim down its network as part of its restructuring plan aimed at bringing the airline back to profitability and making operations sustainable in the wake of continuing unrest in the region and cutthroat competition with the larger, better-funded Gulf carriers.
The Amman-based airline will pull out of India and stop services to Delhi and Mumbai on Sept. 10 and Oct. 31, respectively. It is also shutting down its route to Lagos, Nigeria, starting Oct. 10.
The new cuts will narrow RJ’s global network to 51 destinations.
The Commission has sent letters to the German government and to the government of Serbia requesting detailed information on Etihad’s influence and control of Air Berlin and Air Serbia respectively. (Image: Airbus)
Brussels Airlines considered several options for its fleet renewal and simplification, including the Bombardier C-Series, but decided to move towards a single Airbus narrowbody fleet for its short- and medium-haul network.
Within the contract term and through side letters, Emirates can allocate quantities for a given period, and then subsequently decide to review the subsequent split of quantities between different providers for the next allocation period. (Image: Lufthansa Technik)