Royal Jordanian Airlines posted an annual revenue of JD744 million ($1.05 billion) in 2013, down 7.2% from JD802 million in 2012 due to continued instability in the Middle East. Extensive efforts to reduce costs saw expenses dip to JD713 million, compared to JD722 million the previous year. Fuel made up 38% of costs. The Jordanian national carrier recently halted flights to three destinations in Libya and one in Iraq because of growing civil unrest. It had previously suspended Damascus and ...

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