Petra Airlines to launch scheduled services
- Jordan: Thursday, November 29 - 2012 at 01:00
The Jordanian Civil Aviation Authority has granted its approval to independent Jordanian carrier Petra Airlines to launch scheduled passenger services from next spring, Routes Online has reported. Petra Airlines was founded in 2005 as a division of the Rum Group, but did not launch operations until October 2010 when it took delivery of its first aircraft. Over the subsequent two years it has operated two Airbus A320s on charter work, ad hoc flying, aircraft, complete crew, maintenance, and insurance (ACMIs) and tour operator packages, across a network that has included destinations in Armenia, Egypt, Italy, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
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