Royal Jordanian's chief executive quits

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Royal Jordanian Airlines' chief executive, Amer Hadidi, has resigned from his post at the head of the Middle Eastern flag-carrier.

The Amman-based airline confirms that its board has accepted Hadidi's resignation, effective immediately.

Royal Jordanian has not given any reason for his decision but says the board "commended" Hadidi's work during his time in charge.

He took over as the head of the Oneworld carrier in July 2012.

Royal Jordanian's chairman, Nasser Lozi, will act as president and chief executive from 1 May.