Tag: aviation

adventure

Land of Adventure

Recently, the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) sponsored AdventureNEXT Near East, a conference dedicated to adventure tourism in the Middle East, with special focus on Jordan. Industry figures from around the world gathered at the Dead Sea to discuss the…

BrandsJordan

The Brands of Jordan

As Jordan’s economy has gradually opened up to the world, giant international companies have rushed in with products and services designed to cater to the demands of the Kingdom’s increasingly sophisticated and discerning consumers. But despite this ever stiffer competition…

British-Airways

British Airways new representative in Jordan

Why has British Airways chosen Al Shamel as its representative in Jordan? We constantly review our services and when assessing our partners in Amman, Alshamel provided us with a strong value and network proposition as one of the leading agencies…

Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA)

QAIA Hits Passenger Record in 2016

Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) dealt with a record number of passengers during 2016. Annual passenger traffic rose 4.4 percent to just over 7.4 million, Airport International Group, the company that manages QAIA, said in a statement. Aircraft movement rose…

Dnata

Dnata: Feeding the Fleets

Dnata’s operation in Jordan served a record 3 million meals to passengers last year, another sign of our growing appetite for air travel. By Celine Al Khaldi Ever wonder why you often crave a glass of spicy tomato juice with…

Air France

Air France: Flying High

Air France has been operating flights to, from and through Amman for almost four decades, offering their customers flights to France, Europe and the rest of the world. Venture spoke to Ghada Fanek, Air France KLM’s country manager for Jordan,…

Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA)

QAIA: Ready for Lift Off

Now that the second phase of the multimillion-dollar project to expand Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) is complete, Jordan’s main gateway to the world will be able to smoothly handle rising traffic demand for years to come. By Laith Abou-Ragheb…

Aviation Sector in Jordan

Aviation Sector Aims for New Heights

Increasing capacity in Jordan’s aviation sector could hold the key to growing the tourism sector and improving inter-regional connectivity over the next five years. Annual passenger traffic through Jordan is expected to double to more than 15 million by 2034,…

The Rum Group: A Lesson in Resilience

Jordan’s tourism sector is going through a rough patch. But the Rum Group, which has a foothold in everything from hospitality to aviation, is better positioned than most to weather the downturn. By Rebecca Irvine Now is arguably not a…

QAIA

QAIA Tops Airport Service Quality Awards

Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) has been voted the best airport in the region for the second year in a row at the annual Airport Service Quality Awards. QAIA beat off stiff competition from the likes of Dubai International Airport…