Royal Jordanian has taken its first Boeing 787 on strength, in a move the flag carrier hopes will give it a competitive edge in its fight against a worsening external geopolitical situation and increasing competition from rivals. The 787, acquired through Netherlands-based lessor AerCap Holdings, is the first of 11 the Amman-based carrier hopes will revitalize its appeal to passengers. Royal Jordanian chairman, president and CEO Nasser Lozi said the 787 “will not only revolutionize the ...

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