Royal Jordanian reported a first-half 2011 net loss of JOD39.2 million ($55.5 million), deepened from a JOD7.7 million deficit in the year-ago period, owing to political and social unrest in the region, higher fuel prices and the debt crisis in several European countries. Revenue inched up 3.5% year-over-year to JOD303.7 million on a marginal increase in passengers carried from 1.327 million to 1.399 million. The airline was forced to cancel 677 flights and merged another 80 in the ...

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