Royal Jordanian Airlines has announced that it will be suspending service to five destinations in a move to cut costs and offset high fuel prices.
Service to following destinations are to be suspended in March and April
Two other gulf cities to be closed will be announced soon.
The airline is cutting back on frequencies to Rome, Vienna, Geneva, Amsterdam, Colombo, Kuala Lumpur and Khartoum while pushing back the launch of services to Accra and Lagos.
RJ has been suffering from recent regional turmoil, high fuel prices due to the country's limited energy reserves and a reduced economic growth in its prime business markets and reported a net loss of JD39.2 million for the first six months of this fiscal year.