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Royal Jordanian in partnership with Manaseer Group

Posted 16 May 2018 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian and Manaseer Group entered a partnership agreement whereby RJ will provide Manaseer Group discounted tickets. Manaseer Group is a Jordanian entity that works on the development and optimization of the economic environment and industry in Jordan.

 

RJ President/CEO Stefan Pichler and Chairman and founder of Manaseer Group Ziad Manaseer signed the agreement, according to which, RJ is Manaseer Group’s first choice to any destination on the airline's network that spans four continents.

As per the agreement, Manaseer Group employees and their immediate family members on duty and personal trips, contractors and guests traveling for business with Manaseer Group are entitled to discounts on travel on RJ’s route network. 

Stefan Pichler said: “Today Royal Jordanian is glad to partner with Manaseer Group, one of the most successful business entities in the kingdom known for its commitment to the advance of the Jordanian society.”

The agreement, he mentioned, implies that Manaseer Group will exclusively fly on Royal Jordanian to the airline's destinations, proof that the group is committed to encouraging other Jordanian companies.

"That is why we are pleased to offer the Manaseer Group families and guests discounts on tickets all year round, to facilitate their transportation globally.”

Ziad Manaseer said: “We are proud of our national carrier and its services. As a group of companies, we are keen on always choosing RJ for our travels.”

He praised the key role the airline plays in connecting Jordan with the world and the support it lends various Jordanian economic sectors, including tourism and trade. 

Manaseer added that the group and RJ are keen to see the partnership that combines two big Jordanian companies achieve success, particularly in view of the fact that the agreement they reached stems from the group’s mission, which is deep commitment to the progress of Jordan and its leading companies.

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