Royal Jordanian has inaugurated its new flight between Amman and Mosul, in northern Iraq.
Initially, the airline will operate two weekly flights to Mosul, on Tuesdays and on Saturdays. This service will then be boosted with a number of frequencies between Jordan and Iraq to 28 weekly, together with the nine weekly flights to each of Baghdad and Erbil and four weekly flights to each of Basra and Sulaymaniyah.
With this new route addition, the airline aims to boost its presence in the Iraqi market, help the growing air transport between two countries, in general, and serve, in particular, businessmen, students and Jordanian and Iraqi citizens.
The flights from QAIA to Mosul depart at 6:15 and reach Mosul at 8:05. The return flights depart Mosul at 8:50 and reach Amman at 10:45, a flight duration of one hour and 50 minutes.