Royal Jordanian is closely monitoring the situation in Libya
Amman, April 15, 2014 — Royal Jordanian is closely monitoring the situation in Libya following news that Jordan's ambassador to Libya, Fawaz Al Etan, was kidnapped Tuesday morning.
The airline will take the appropriate decision in regard to its operations to Libya. RJ is in touch with the concerned parties in Jordan and Libya, following up on all developments in this regard, in order to take a decision regarding its flights to Tripoli, Benghazi and Misrata.
Today’s scheduled flight to Tripoli was cancelled.
RJ currently operates 10 weekly flights to Tripoli, four to Benghazi and two to Misrata.
Passengers flying to and from Libya are kindly requested to contact RJ’s call centre at 00962 6 5100000 for any queries regarding the flight schedule to Libya.
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