Jordan’s national carrier, Royal Jordanian, broke even in 2017, a significant improvement on the previous year’s performance. The Amman-based airline made a modest net profit of JD274,000 ($386,000) after a 2016 net loss of JD24.6 million. Revenues showed an improvement at JD623 million, up from JD598 million. The performance for the financial year to Dec. 31, 2017 showed a considerable turnaround from the first half, in which Royal Jordanian recorded a loss of JD26.3 million. ...

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