RJ is first airline to land in Bangkok

04 December 2008

Royal Jordanian was the first foreign airline to land at the Bangkok international airport on Wednesday since the November 26 closure of the facility. A statement from the company said an RJ flight landed after having an 'exceptional permission' from the airport authorities. RJ President/CEO Samer Majali said that the airline operated its first flight from Amman to Bangkok on December 3, at 2:00am, announcing the resumption of flights between the two countries. He indicated that the company operates seven weekly flights to Bangkok and called on people to check with the airline for information regarding reservations.

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