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Royal Jordanian aircraft observes 20th anniversary of the Kingís accession to the throne

Posted 10 June 2019 · Add Comment

A Royal Jordanian (RJ) Airbus 319 flew over Jordan yesterday, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of His Majesty King Abdullahís Accession to the Throne.

 

The RJ aircraft, along with the Royal Jordanian Air Force, performed an attractive air show in the Amman skies, as well as all over the kingdom.

The Royal Jordanian plane had on its belly a huge Royal Accession logo that was executed by RJ’s engineering and maintenance Department.

The airline also placed the Royal Accession logo on a number of its aircraft, especially the 787s, that will proudly display it in the world skies and land at the world's largest airports that are on RJ's route network.

RJ President/CEO Stefan Pichler said: “The gesture befits the national carrier, which has been playing a leading role in the service of the country ever since its establishment 55 years ago. RJ will continue to participate in various national events that all Jordanians cherish.”

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