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Royal Jordanian bolsters its fleet

Royal Jordanian gets an addition to its fleet after receiving a new Airbus A321. Another aircraft is expected on May 20.

The 168 seat planes will operate on short and medium haul routes in Europe, the Arab Gulf and the Indian Subcontinent.The new twin-engine planes will provide 148 seats in economy and 20 seats for Crown Class passengers. More efficient, comfortable travel is expected on the A321 s.

In recent years, Royal Jordanianâℬ™s fleet has been expanded to include four A340s, five A310s and four A320s.The airline also has three A321s, one A319 and five Embraer 195s. It will replace A340s and A310s with Boeing 787s within the next two years.

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