Royal Jordanian recorded a net profit of JD16 million ($22.5 million) in 2015, reversed from a loss of JD39.6 million in 2014. The Jordanian flag carrier had been forced to close several destinations due to security concerns and increased competition on long-haul routes from the Gulf airlines “Big Three” as well as several low-cost carriers on regional services. Given that backdrop, Royal Jordanian chairman Suleiman Hafez said the latest financial results were particularly ...

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