Ryanair Connects Jordan to Europe

Ryanair Connects Jordan to Europe Ryanair Connects Jordan to Europe

Europe’s leading low-cost carrier Ryanair has introduced 14 new direct flight routes between Europe and Jordan, starting in March. The move was announced by Jordan’s Tourism Minister Lina Annab at the 2018 agenda conference and formally unveiled at a press conference on Sunday, Arabian Business reported.  The move will give a distinct fillip to the country’s all-important tourism sector, which has been severely impacted by ongoing conflicts in Syria and Iraq. It is estimated that tourism will account for as much as 14% of the country’s GDP. The new routes will connect Amman to Milan, Budapest, Bologna, Krakow, Bucharest, Paphos, Prague, Brussels, Vilnius and Warsaw, with Aqaba in the south of the country now served by flights from Athens, Rome, Cologne and Sofia.  The Paphos flights will begin in March, while the routes to Aqaba will start in October.


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