Royal Jordanian revenues up
The Royal Jordanian (RJ) achieved JD4.3 million in net profit during the first quarter of 2005, while its losses over the same period last year were estimated at JD1.4 million.
The RJ's revenues for the same period amounted to JD91.3 million compared to JD75.1 million in the same period of last year, Director General and the Executive President of the RJ, Samir Majali told Petra News Agency.
Majali attributed this increase to the growing confidence of passengers in the RJ, the improvement of services provided to them and controlling public expenditure.
The president added that the RJ had carried 643,007 passengers during the first five months of this year, an increase of 3.5% over the same period of last year.
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