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Ryanair to launch four new routes from Jordan this winter

The budget airline Ryanair is launching its biggest-ever Winter schedule to/from Amman and Aqaba in Jordan with 25 routes including 4 new routes to Brussels, Madrid, Marseille, and Pisa for Winter ’23. Ryanair Jordan routes

This year’s Winter ‘23 schedule marks an important milestone for Ryanair which over the past 5 years worked closely with its partners in the Jordan Tourism Board to transform Jordanian Tourism and connectivity since the airline’s first flight took off from Amman to Paphos back in 2018 and since then, has grown to carry over 1.7 million passengers to/from Jordan. Together they encourage more people to visit the numerous wonders of the Kingdom such as Petra, Wadi Rum, the Dead Sea and the coastal Aqaba area.

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Ryanair’s Jordan Winter ‘23 schedule will deliver: Ryanair Jordan routes

25 total routes
Including 4 new routes Brussels, Madrid, Marseille, & Pisa
Over 100 flights per week
30% growth vs Winter ‘22
Over 600,000 passengers to/from Jordan each year.
Support over 500 local jobs
The Jordan Tourism Board Managing Director, Dr. Abed Al-Razzaq Arabiyat, said:  “This is a strategic partnership between the Jordan Tourism Board and Ryanair and the renewal for another five years is really important for Jordan in order to increase tourism to the country, Ryanair is a strong partner who brought new tourists to Jordan and gave us greater visibility with their expansive network. We look forward to Ryanair expanding further and bringing more connectivity, tourism and hopefully one day in the future adding a hub here in Jordan.”

Jordan tourism

Jordan is a Middle Eastern country with ancient ruins, diverse wildlife, and an iconic desert landscape. The capital, Amman, is home to a mix of modern and traditional architecture, as well as many museums and cultural attractions. Other popular tourist destinations include the ancient city of Petra, the Dead Sea, and the Wadi Rum desert.

Petra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Jordan. The city was carved into the sandstone cliffs by the Nabataeans, an ancient Arab people, over 2,000 years ago. Petra is most famous for its Treasury, a monumental tomb that is one of the most photographed landmarks in the world.

The Dead Sea is a salt lake located on the border between Jordan and Israel. It is the lowest point on Earth, and its waters are so salty that people can float easily on the surface. The Dead Sea is also known for its therapeutic mud, which is said to have healing properties.

Wadi Rum is a desert valley located in southern Jordan. It is a popular destination for hiking, camping, and rock climbing. The valley is known for its dramatic red sandstone cliffs and its Bedouin culture.

Jordan is a beautiful and diverse country with a rich history and culture. It is a popular tourist destination for people from all over the world.

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