In October 2020, Royal Jordanian flies to the following destinations between 1 and 3 times per week: Rome, London, Frankfurt, Larnaca, Istanbul, New York, Chicago, Aqaba, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Doha, Baghdad, Jeddah, Riyadh, and Dammam.
Safety, Cleanliness, & COVID-19 Travel Review
Royal Jordanian Face Mask & Safety Review
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Enhanced disinfection and deep cleaning of aircraft between every flight. Lavatories sanitized more frequently.
Masks & Distancing
Passengers required to wear face masks during RJ flights. No stated on-board social distancing policy
Cancellation & Rebooking
Change fees waived if flights are suspended to/from Amman. Passengers may rebook tickets by Dec 31 2020 for travel before Dec 31 2020. More info…
Royal Jordanian Safe Travel Info
Royal Jordanian Face Mask & Safety Policy Review
Royal Jordanian is Jordan’s national airline and flies from its hub in Amman.
All RJ flights were suspended following the onset of COVID-19 but some domestic routes resumed in July, including between Amman and Aqaba.
The first commercial international Royal Jordanian flight was to Rome on August 8. The airline has also flown to Montreal though that city is not on RJ’s October 2020 schedule.
Royal Jordanian communicates that new protective measures have been implemented at its airport and onboard to protect the health and safety of passengers.
Royal Jordanian requires passengers to wear face masks during RJ flights.
The airline does not have a stated on-board social distancing policy.
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Passengers traveling on Royal Jordanian are required to undergo any locally required medical checks, including mandatory temperature screening at check-in or boarding.
The airline has enhanced cleaning and disinfection, with its aircraft being disinfected and deep cleaned before every flight.
Additionally, lavatories on board are sanitized more frequently during flight.
What's it like to fly Royal Jordanian right now?
Passengers are encouraged to check-in online to reduce contact at the airport.
Self-check in kiosks being installed and baggage drop counters added
Passenger medical checks and thermal scans conducted at check-in where required
Carry-on baggage is temporarily not permitted but passengers may bring small personal items onboard
RJ flight crews undergo training to manage any suspected coronavirus cases
All passengers must wear face masks during RJ flights
Blankets, pillows, and magazines temporarily removed from in-flight offerings
Enhanced disinfection and deep cleaning of aircraft between every flight. Lavatories sanitized more frequently
Economy class meals are prepackaged. Business class in-flight meals redesigned to reduce contact with crew
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