Royal Jordanian President and CEO Hussein Dabbas confirmed that delivery of the first of the carrier's 11 787s is now scheduled for September 2013. "Almost three years late," he pointed out to ATW last week on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Berlin. He said the Dreamliners will open up new opportunities for the carrier. "For example, nonstop Amman-Hong Kong services" will be possible, he noted. RJ currently operates 31 aircraft including A340-200s, A330-200s, ...

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