Royal Jordanian A320. Courtesy, RJ Royal Jordanian (RJ) will review its fleet size and reduce its network as part of a series of measures to counter the sharp increase in fuel prices and falling demand due to unrest in the region and the euro zone crisis. The Amman-based carrier will reduce frequencies on seven routes to Rome Fiumicino, Vienna, Zurich, Geneva, Amsterdam, Colombo and Khartoum and will suspend operations to five destinations. Brussels, Munich and Alain will be pulled ...

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