Royal Jordanian Airlines (RJ) completed its long-haul fleet harmonization process Jan. 24, after taking delivery of the final Boeing 787-8 out of an order for seven. The new 787 fleet replaces its aging Airbus A340-200 and A330-200 aircraft. RJ president and CEO Suleiman Obeidat said in a statement that this aircraft, along with a sixth 787 that joined the fleet in November 2016, is on capital lease, while the first five 787s are on operating leases. The Middle Eastern carrier started 787 ...

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