Royal Jordanian confirmed that it intends to introduce seven A320 family aircraft to replace six Airbus jets currently operating in the fleet. The first delivery is scheduled for April 2011 and the others will follow in 2012. Aircraft are being leased from AWAS, which previously announced the transaction (ATW Daily News, June 18). President and CEO Hussein Dabbas said the order for new aircraft underlines "the airline's continued commitment to modernize its fleet and to expand, ...

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