Royal Jordanian will make a final decision on how to modernize its narrowbody fleet by July. Speaking on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Seoul July, Royal Jordanian president and CEO Stefan Pichler said, “We are talking about an order of 22 aircraft. There are three possible aircraft fleet-mix scenarios [Airbus/Boeing/Embraer] on the agenda as well as the two engine manufacturers, CFM and Pratt & Whitney.” The 22 aircraft will both replace older aircraft and allow for ...

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