Royal Jordanian selected the 787 as the replacement aircraft for its aging A340s and also decided to add four new A320 family aircraft. RJ President and CEO Samer Majali previously had told ATWOnline that the carrier was considering the 787 as well as the A350 XWB for its future long-haul fleet. It confirmed yesterday that it is negotiating with Boeing and several leasing companies to introduce four or five 787-8s as a first step. It may increase its commitment depending upon how it opts to ...

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