Royal Jordanian has appointed a new general sales agent for Belgium and Luxemburg to drive up sales across the Belux countries.
Royal Jordanian has been connecting Jordan and the Levant with the world since 1963. The national airline of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan provides an extensive travel network connecting Amman to Europe, the Middle East, the US, Canada, North Africa and the Far East.
To drive up sales across Belgium and Luxemburg, Royal Jordanian has appointed AVIAREPS as their new general sales agent. From May onward AVIAREPS is responsible for the carrier’s passenger sales, reservations, ticketing and claim handling.
Royal Jordanian operates a 24-strong fleet of modern aircraft consisting of 13 Airbus planes (5 A319-100, 6 A320-200 and 2 A321-200), 7 Boeing 787-8 and 4 Embraer (2 175 and 2 195).
The airlines operates scheduled international services over four continents from its main base at Queen Alia International Airport, with over 500 flights per week and at least 110 daily departures. It joined the oneworld airline alliance in 2007. Through its 13 international airline partners it offers a network of over 1,000 airports in 170 countries.