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Royal Falcon Airlines is welcomed by Abu Dhabi International Airport
The Jordanian carrier to fly to Abu Dhabi twice a week from 1st June 2010
June 2, 2010 12:48 by Rasha Reslan
1st June 2010, Abu Dhabi, UAE: Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) announced today that the Jordanian airline, Royal Falcon Airlines, will be flying directly from Marka Airport, Amman to Abu Dhabi International Airport, twice weekly, from 1 June 2010.
This will be Royal Falcon Airlines’ second direct flight into the UAE after its service to Sharjah, which started in March 2010. The new Amman – Abu Dhabi route will add to Abu Dhabi International Airport’s growing position as one of the region’s most improved and proficient airports.
The airline will deploy its Boeing 737-400 for the Abu Dhabi route with two weekly flights on Tuesdays and Saturdays arriving at Abu Dhabi International Airport at 2.00pm (local Abu Dhabi time) and departing at 3.00pm for arrival at Marka Airport at 5.20pm (local Jordan time).
Ahmad Al Haddabi, Senior Vice President Airports Operations, said:
“It is with great pleasure that we welcome Royal Falcon Airlines’ inaugural flight to the city of Abu Dhabi. Royal Falcon Airlines marks a welcome addition to the increasing number of airlines that choose Abu Dhabi International Airport as a new destination in their network. The new service will be offering more travelling options to passengers flying from and to Jordan”.
Captain Ziad Hanandah, President/ CEO of Royal Falcon Airlines said:
“We are delighted that we are able to start a new working relationship with Abu Dhabi Airports Company. We are committed to providing world class quality services in all aspects of the Royal Falcon Airlines experience, and look forward to being welcomed to Abu Dhabi as the new falcon in the sky.”
Royal Falcon Airlines is ambitious about increasing flight frequency in the coming months to see frequency increases for this Boeing 737-400 aircraft in the coming months, expressing its strong relationship with Al Rays Travel, the exclusive GSA in the UAE for the airline.