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Royal Wings starts operating regular Aqaba-Cairo flights

Posted 24 April 2017 · Add Comment

Royal Wings, a subsidiary of Royal Jordanian Airline - in cooperation with the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA) – has started operating twice weekly scheduled flights between Aqaba and Cairo.

This new service operates on Friday and Tuesdays and is part of Royal Wings' effort to strengthen Aqaba's position on the commercial and international tourism map.
This is the second regular service operated by Royal Wings that departs from Aqaba; the company already runs a regular flight between Aqaba and Beirut.


 

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