Royal Jordanian Airlines is the national airline of the country of Jordan and has its hub at Queen Alia International Airport in Jordan's capital of Amman. Royal Jordanian offers flights throughout Europe, North America, Asia, and Africa and is a member of the Oneworld airline alliance with other carriers such as British Airways, Iberia, and Qatar Airways. As far as flyer reviews go, Royal Jordanian has enjoyed overall positive ratings from customers who note the airline's comfortable seating, tasty meals, and friendly and attentive cabin crew. Unlike many other companies, the Royal Jordanian website has a helpful flight status module directly on the homepage where users can search for the departure or arrival time of the flight by entering date and destination or the flight number. In the “Info & Tips” section of the website, users can also find full information on Royal Jordanian's baggage allowance policy (currently one free piece of checked baggage except for flight to North America which allow for two free pieces of checked luggage). Royal Jordanian is also well-known for the high standards of its business class cabin, also known as Crown Class. When riding business class on Royal Jordanian, travelers can expect specially-designated check-in desks, priority boarding, full meals with paired wines, and seats which fully recline into flat beds.
Ciro Royal Jordanian is another prestigious Middle Eastern airline, though it still lacks the name-association of a lot of the other luxury carriers coming out of the Emirates and Qatar. That's not to say that Royal Jordanian is lacking in any respect. On the contrary, it offers the same spotless cabins and customer service-oriented crews of the other Middle Eastern airlines, just at a somewhat more affordable price and without all the over-the-top glitz and glamour. For example, the Royal Jordanian Business Class is right up there with any of its competitors: fully-reclining beds, USB ports, premium lounge access, etc. It's not just for traveling to Jordan either. Royal Jordanian has a route map covering tons of destinations in Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia.Delete