Royal Jordanian has turned in considerably improved figures for the first nine months of its financial year, moving into profit despite the proximity of major conflicts. The national carried recorded a net profit of JD21.4 million ($30.2 million) for the year-to-date, reversing a loss for the same period last year. Airline chairman Suleiman Hafez expressed satisfaction with the results, which he described as a quantum leap, particularly since the market was still badly affected by ...

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