At a time when the state-owned airlines of the oil-rich Arab Gulf have embraced aggressive expansion into long-haul international markets, Royal Jordanian is setting a more modest flight path, trimming global ambitions while focusing on liberalizing trends within the region. "We took the conscious decision that the Europe-to-the-Far East traffic, which we pioneered in the seventies and eighties, is no longer our market because of dropping yield and the uncompetitive position of RJ and its ...

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