Substantial marketing efforts led to Royal Jordanian more than halving its losses for 1H 2018 compared to the same period a year earlier, the airline said. Royal Jordanian president and CEO Stefan Pichler said that “nonstop promotions” in the first half of the year allowed the airline to cut its net loss to JD12.7 million ($17.9 million), compared to a loss of JD26.3 million a year previously. This was achieved despite a 27% increase in fuel costs in the period. RJ’s ...

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