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Royal Jordanian to implement new security measures for US-bound flights

Posted 27 October 2017 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian will implement the new security measures required by the US authorities for US-bound flights in mid-January 2018, upon pre-agreement with the concerned US authorities.

 

The enhanced security measures are internationally applicable as of today, whereas the US authorities granted all airlines the option to delay the implementation process up to six months. 

The additional procedures will impact all airlines operating direct flights to the US, and will include all nationalities flying to the US with no exception. 

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