Middle East LCC Air Arabia is largely limiting its operations from its Jordanian hub to charter flights, after being unable to secure enough traffic rights to allow it to expand its scheduled services. The Sharjah-based LCC started services from the Jordanian capital, Amman, in 2015 after it set up a joint venture with local carrier Petra Airways, operating under the title Air Arabia Jordan. The airline bases two A320s in Amman. “We still do scheduled [flights] but it’s very ...

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