Amman, Apr 6 (Petra) -- Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour on Saturday toured the newly-opened terminal at the Queen Alia International Airport to check on services and facilities at the arrivals and departures halls and ensure the soundness of procedures for passengers.
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The new $750m terminal at Queen Alia International Airport in the Jordanian capital of Amman has opened.
Although it did not specify a start date or scale of the planned operations, the partners did stress that "Air Arabia Jordan, the first IXC based in the Hashemite Kingdom, will provide direct service to a range of destinations across the Europe, Middle East and North Africa region from Queen Alia International Airport.
The aircraft landed at Queen Alia International Airport coming from Toulouse, one of the European cities where the Airbus is manufactured.
On Iraqi airplanes stranded in Queen Alia International Airport since 1991, Abdul Jabbar said the his country's cabinet was informed of the negotiations with Jordanian Jaramco Company of the possibility of buying those rickety airplanes and rpairing the presidential plane.
Just 28 km from Queen Alia International Airport, three km to the central business district and city centre, as well as a 30-minute drive to the Dead Sea and Jordan Valley, Le Royal Amman encompasses an array of exciting activities easily within reach.
It has a strong track record in helping airports attract private capital, having carried out such a role at Queen Alia International Airport in Jordan, and Saudi Arabia's King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, and the King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh.