Royal Jordanian airline will resume flights to Kuala Lumpur at the beginning of June this year.
The three weekly flights to Kuala Lumpur will be operated via Bangkok using the Airbus A330, the carrier said in a statement.
The airline also said the decision to resume service to the Malaysian capital, was made in light of signs of a recovery and increase in tourism and commercial activity, to Malaysia.
Malaysia is considered a family tourist attraction for Arab countries, according to Royal Jordanian.
On March 28, Royal Jordanian will inaugurate its direct service to Madinah with studies showing the importance of serving haj and umrah pilgrims, directly from Amman to the Saudi Arabian city.
Source : Bernama
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