Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (5 Nov) announced a new twice weekly service from Malta to Amman, its
15 th route to Jordan. Ryanair will carry almost 500,000 customers p.a. to/from Jordan on 15 routes in total to
Amman and Aqaba airports in the next year.
Ryanair’s Amman Summer 2019 schedule now includes:
1 new route to Malta (2 wkly)
11 routes in total: Bologna (2), Brussels (2), Bucharest (2), Budapest (2),
Krakow (2), Malta (2), Milan Bergamo (3), Paphos (2),
Prague (2), Vilnius (2) & Warsaw (2)
430,000 customers p.a.
300* on-site jobs
In addition, Ryanair’s Aqaba Winter 2018 schedule includes:
4 routes in total: Athens (2), Cologne (2), Rome Ciampino (2) & Sofia (2)
Over 55,000 customers p.a.
40 on-site* jobs
Ryanair’s Chief Commercial Officer, David O’Brien said:
“Ryanair is pleased to announce a brand new route from Malta to Amman as part of our Summer 2019
schedule, which includes 11 routes to Amman. We are delighted to strengthen our cooperation with the
Jordan Tourism Board. This new route to Malta further promotes Jordanian tourism and will introduce
guests from a twelfth European country to one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the world.
To celebrate we are releasing seats for sale on these routes from just €14.99, for travel in January 2019,
which are only available for booking until midnight Thursday (8 Nov). Since these amazing low fares will
be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
Jordan Tourism Board’s Managing Director, Dr. Abed Al-Razaq Arabiyat said:
“The aviation industry in Jordan has witnessed a significant lift due to low-cost flights to and from the
Kingdom, which made Jordan an accessible and affordable destination to the European tourist. By
adding heritage-rich Malta to its European fleet to and from Jordan on bi-weekly basis, Ryanair is
introducing time-old, yet modern, Jordan to new travellers, which would reflect positively on the local
economy due to this touristic surge that will activate the service industry: hotels, restaurants,
transportation and car rentals, just to name a few.”
*ACI research confirms up to 750 ‘on-site’ jobs are sustained at international airports for every 1m passengers
For further information
please contact: Robin Kiely