(MENAFN Press) British Airways will increase its operations to Amman for the summer 2013 season, with 11 flights per week to Queen Alia International Airport.
Starting from March 31, 2013, British Airways will add an additional four flights per week to and from Amman, increasing the frequency from daily to 11 per week.
Paolo De Renzis, area commercial manager, Middle East and Central Asia, said: "Jordan is an important market for British Airways and we are thrilled with the excellent growth we have seen here since re-introducing Amman to our route network.
We are keen to further enhance our operations to and from Jordan and today's announcement only consolidates our commitment to the Jordanian market.
"With 11 flights per week from Amman to London, Jordanian travellers now have even more choice and flexibility when it comes to their travel plans, whether they are travelling to London, or accessing our extensive route network of over 175 destinations."
British Airways is two years into a five-year, 5bn investment in new aircraft, smarter cabins, elegant lounges and new technologies to make life more comfortable in the air and on the ground. The airline flies to more than 175 destinations from London. The full timetable is available at ba.com.