Royal Jordanian Airlines' post-pandemic strategy

Tom Batchelor catches up with Samer Majali, chief executive of Royal Jordanian Airlines, to learn more about the carrier’s post-pandemic strategy

Royal Jordanian 787
The Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner is the flagship of the Royal Jordanian fleet
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Royal Jordanian
Prior to rejoining RJ last year, Samer Majali was the airline's president and CEO between 2001 and 2009
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The last decade has not been an easy one for Royal Jordanian Airlines (RJ). Geopolitical events outside its control have seen the flag carrier lurch from one crisis to another, but there is now much cause for optimism.

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