Air Arabia Jordan, the first low cost airline based in Jordan has suspended all scheduled operations from/to their hub in Amman, aviation analyst Alex Macheras announced via Twitter.
The airline has been denied additional traffic rights by the Jordanian authorities and is unable to launch new flights from the country. As a result, the airline will only operate charter flights with only one Airbus A320, the Air Arabia Jordan CEO told Alex Macheras.
Breaking: Air Arabia Jordan admit they’ve suspended all scheduled operations from/to hub in Amman. The airline has been denied additional traffic rights and add new routes. pic.twitter.com/G2QuDju9JE
— Alex Macheras (@AlexInAir) November 30, 2017