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Royal Jordanian Begins Brussels Flights

Royal Jordanian (RJ) resumed flight services to the Belgium capital of Brussels on Tuesday. It has been six years since services have operated between the two countries. Services were suspended for commercial reasons, and RJ CEO says they are now resuming again for commercial reasons. Mr. Samer Majali said the flights are resuming following the signing of the open skies policy by the two counties last July. This gives both countries to fly between Amman and Brussels with unlimited frequencies.

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