Royal Jordanian Airlines yesterday took delivery of two new 283-seat A330-200s to service its long- and medium-range routes to London, Bangkok, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur. The aircraft were acquired following a two-year delay in delivery for its 11 787 Dreamliners, RJ President and CEO Hussein Dabbas said, which now are slated to join the fleet in 2013. The first aircraft will leave for London on June 1 and the second will depart the next day for Kuala Lumpur, resuming thrice-weekly ...

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