Israeli airline El Al began scheduled flights to Jordan on 23 June. The airline will operate a Boeing 737 five times a week on a route opened up by the Middle East peace talks. The Royal Jordanian subsidiary Royal Wings began its service on the route in April, operating five weekly flights, with a de Havilland Dash 8-300. The services apparently are operated with a low load factor, and the same is expected on the El Al flights. If load factors remain low, El Al is expected to charter a Dash 7 from Arkia for the route.
Source: Flight International