The shares were priced at JD 3.08 ($4.20) valuing the company at JD 260m ($367m).
The remainder of the shares were allocated to the company’s employee fund.
The IPO is the first privatisation a regional flag carrier.
The issue was offered to Jordanian retail investors and local and international institutional investors.
It closed on 7 December and shares will start trading on the Amman Stock Exchange on 17 December.