Royal Jordanian (RJ) reported a first-half net income of JD1.5 million ($2.1 million), reversed from a JD12.7 million net loss a year ago, as the carrier said it continues to see positive results from its turnaround plan. While revenue rose just 1% year-over-year (YOY) to JD316.3 million, operating expenses decreased 5% to JD264 million. CASK was down 3% for the period and the airline’s fuel bill was 5% lower. The results showed “significantly improved key performance ...

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