Royal Jordanian will launch new direct route to Amman
In late May, for the first time, it will be possible to fly scheduled non-stop service to Jordan from Stockholm Arlanda Airport. Royal Jordanian Airlines is setting up operations in Sweden and will meet demand for an air link between Sweden and Jordan when it launches a direct route between the two capitals.
Jordan’s national carrier, Royal Jordanian Airlines, is setting up operations in Sweden and for the first time will launch service from Stockholm to the Middle East with a direct route to Amman, the capital of Jordan and the country’s most populous city. This is an unserved route and will be a welcome addition to Arlanda’s range of destinations currently on offer.
Jordan lies to the east of Israel, Palestine and the West Bank, to the south of Syria, to the west of Iraq and to the north of Saudi Arabia. The country’s geographic location connects East and West. Before the pandemic, increased demand was noted for flights between Amman and Stockholm to visit relatives and friends, but there is also growing interest in Jordan as a tourist destination.
Beginning May 29, 2023, Royal Jordanian will fly the Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) – Amman Queen Alia Airport (AMM) route twice weekly, on Mondays and Thursdays, with an Airbus A320.
Tickets are now on sale at Royal Jordanian.com.