Author Archives: Nada

traffic rights

Traffic Rights Dispute Grounds Air Arabia Ambitions

The CEO of low-cost carrier Air Arabia says a traffic rights dispute has grounded the ambitions of its Jordanian subsidiary. By Nada Atieh When it first began flying from its hub at Queen Alia International Airport in 2015, Air Arabia…

airlines

Airlines Navigate Changing Skies

Airlines in the region are having to adapt to growing competition and high customer expectations. By Nada Atieh Air connectivity in the region has grown dramatically over recent years, with the number of city pairs rising from nearly 200 in…

project

Breathing Life into the Badia

An ambitious project is underway to make Jordan’s arid areas bloom again while creating a new green economy in the process. The Sahara Forest Project is a Norwegian social enterprise that aims to bring together the latest green technology to…

A Working Solution

As part of efforts to ease the impact of the Syrian refugee crisis, the Zaatari refugee camp has just hosted its first job fair. When Ahmad Qasim Ahmad and his family landed in Jordan’s Zaatari refugee camp five years ago…