Royal Jordanian Airlines has signed a deal with Airbus for 20 new factory-built A320neo. The agreement is a part of a fleet modernisation plan by the airline to replace the aging A320ceo, the airline said in a statement. Samer Majali, CEO, of Royal Jordanian Airlines, said: “The move is part of the airline’s plan to increase its total fleet size from 24 to over 40 aircraft in the coming 3-5 years. Negotiations are also underway with Boeing on increasing the number of 787s in the fleet from 7 to 11 in the coming several years. The airline is also evaluating
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