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Royal Jordanian offers new travel option to Dhaka through codeshare with Qatar Airways

Posted 28 March 2018 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian expanded its codeshare agreement with Qatar Airways, giving its guests access to Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Qatar Airways flights.

 

Royal Jordanian will start to market Qatar Airways route to Dhaka International Airport (DAC) as of April 1, 2018. The route will be sold in connection with RJ’s Amman-Doha sector.

Royal Jordanian’s codeshare agreement with Qatar Airways took effect on August 6, 2015; since then, RJ has been giving its customers access to various global points including Muscat, Colombo, Karachi, Singapore, Perth and now Dhaka.

RJ President/CEO Stefan Pichler said: “Our code share agreement with Qatar Airways is opening up a larger number of weekly flights between Doha and Amman, in addition to numerous new connections beyond Hamad International Airport. We invite our guests to make use of these convenient connections and travel to many points they desire. We always work on enhancing our route network by partnering with other airlines through codeshare agreements to offer our passengers the best travel options they could possibly find.”

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