The Ministry of Transport said Tuesday that Royal Jordanian (RJ) will as of Sunday provide land transport to its passengers from and to Syria.
It said that buses will depart from Damascus to the Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, pending the resumption of flights in the future after a ten-year hiatus.
It stressed the need to adhere to public safety standards and the health protocols approved by authorities.
RJ CEO Samer Majali confirmed that the national carrier will make available a land transport service for passengers to and from Syria, who use its routes originating from Amman.
Majali told Petra that land transport will be by high-quality and comfortable buses starting directly from Damascus City Centre to Queen Alia International Airport and vice versa, with the aim of facilitating their crossing via the Jaber border post.