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Royal Jordanian Will Fly To Madinah

Royal Jordanian will offer two weekly flights from Amman to Madinah beginning on March 28th, in order to serve Haj and Umrah pilgrims. 

President and CEO of Royal Jordanian, Hussein Dabbas, said the route was chosen because many Pilgrims want to visit the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah before continuing on to Makkah for Umrah or Haj.
 

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