Royal Jordanian reported a 2005 profit of JOD21.7 million ($30.6 million) before deducting a share to be distributed to employees, up 25% from net earnings of JOD17.2 million in 2004. The airline said last year's profit was 33% above forecast. Revenues rose 12% from JOD345 million in 2004 to JOD387 million while expenses increased 11% to JOD352 million. President and CEO Samer Majali noted this was the second consecutive year that Royal Jordanian posted a positive net result, despite the ...

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