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Jordan Aviation
IATA
R5
ICAO
JAV
Callsign
JORDAN AVIATION
Founded 2000
Hubs Aqaba Airport
Fleet size 14
Destinations 9
Headquarters Amman, Jordan
Key people Moh'd Al-Khashman
Website http://www.jordanaviation.jo/

Jordan Aviation is an airline based in Amman, Jordan. It operates scheduled and worldwide charter services flights, mainly to the Middle East, Europe and Africa. It also provides wet lease services to major airlines seeking additional capacity. Its main bases are Marka Airport, Amman and Aqaba Airport.[1] It's also an important provider of air transportation for UN peacekeeping forces. Jordan Aviation is a member of the Arab Air Carriers Organization.

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History

The airline was established in 2000 and started operations in October 2000. It launched services from Amman as the first privately owned charter airline in Jordan. Scheduled services from Aqaba to the Persian Gulf region and North Africa started in June 2006. Jordan Aviation is owned by Mohamed Al-Khashman (General Manager and Chief Executive) and Hazem Alrasekh, and has 410 employees (at March 2007).[1]

Destinations

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Africa

Luxor (Luxor International Airport)

Asia

Southeast Asia

Southwest Asia

South Asia

Europe

Fleet

The Jordan Aviation fleet consists of the following aircraft (at 12 August 2009): [2]

Jordan Aviation Fleet
Aircraft Total Passengers Notes Destinations
Airbus A310-222 1 234
Airbus A310-304 1 240
Airbus A320-211 1 Operating for Syrian Arab Airlines
Boeing 727-200 1 161 Langsa, Surabaya
Boeing 737-300 5 1 operating for Buraq Air
1 operating for Toumaï Air Tchad
Boeing 737-400 1
Boeing 767-200ER 3 1 operating for Sun Air (Sudan)
Gulfstream 1 6
Total 14

References

  1. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International: p. 98. 2007-04-03.  
  2. ^ Jordan Aviation Fleet

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