RJ resumes flights to New York
Amman, November 1, 2012
Royal Jordanian, the country’s flag carrier, has resumed its operations between Amman and New York after John F Kennedy International Airport re-opened.
The airport was closed over the past three days due to Hurricane Sandy that hit the US East Coast.
The company stated that the flights to New York got back to normal since November1. The first of the delayed flights departed for New York today (November 1) at 7 am and is scheduled to land in Queen Alia International Airport at 09:30am on November 2.
RJ operates four weekly direct flights between Amman and New York on Saturdays, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, running its wide-bodied A340s. – TradeArabia News Service
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