Royal Jordanian receives first Dreamliner

Royal Jordanian recently celebrated the delivery of the its first B787 Dreamliner.


Royal Jordanian receives first Dreamliner


Royal Jordanian recently celebrated the delivery of the its first B787 Dreamliner.

The aircraft – on lease from AerCap – will play a central role in the Ammanbased airline’s strategic plan for fleet modernisation. “We are delighted to receive our first 787 which will not only revolutionise the inflight experience for our passengers but also help Royal Jordanian increase its competitiveness both regionally and internationally,” said Royal Jordanian chairman of the board, president and CEO Nasser Lozi.

“Our decision to invest in this gamechanging airplane reflects our firm belief in its unrivalled capabilities and will allow us to offer passengers an unmatched level of comfort, on both short and long haul flights.”

With this delivery, Royal Jordanian becomes only the second airline in the Middle East to operate the 787. “The Middle East is one of the world’s highest growth areas for commercial aviation and we are proud that Royal Jordanian has selected the 787 to spearhead its fleet modernisation strategy and route expansion plans,” said Ray Conner, president and CEO, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. “We look forward to further strengthening our partnership with Royal Jordanian well into the future.”