A new Airbus A320 aircraft, named Aqaba, joined Royal Jordanian fleet on 19 October as a part of the airline’s medium-haul fleet modernisation programme.
The programme involves replacing six Airbus A320s and A321s with seven new ones of the same models. The first and second A320 aircraft joined the fleet in September and April this year.
Aqaba will operate short- to medium-haul flights. It is configured with two cabins and and is equipped with in-flight entertainment system, in addition to Audio-Video-On-Demand fixed in every seat.
The RJ fleet counts 32 planes built according to the latest eco-friendly specifications and serving 59 destinations spanned over four continents.