2022-01-21 - الجمعة

"Tourism Revitalization": Jordan receives today 14 foreign tourists' flights on low-cost flights

Tourism Revitalization: Jordan receives today 14 foreign tourists flights on lowcost flights
Nayrouz News Agency :


 Director General of the Tourism Promotion Authority, Dr. Abdul Razzaq Arabiyat, said that the Kingdom received today, Saturday, through Queen Alia International Airport in Amman and King Hussein Airport in Aqaba, a total of 14 tourist flights within low-cost flights.

 Arabiyat indicated that the number of planes carrying foreign tourists was as follows: 9 planes that landed at Queen Alia International Airport, coming through Ryanair lines, including tourists from Milan, Budapest, Brussels, Bologna, Malta, Vienna and Stuttgart, while 5 low-cost planes landed in Aqaba, including 3 EasyJet planes carrying  Tourists from Berlin, Geneva and London, and two Ryanair planes carrying tourists from Sofia and Milan.

 Arabiyat added that this comes as part of the Tourism Promotion Authority's efforts to attract low-cost airlines, which since the middle of this year has witnessed a rise in tourist flights to the Kingdom after the return of flights by low-cost airlines contracted by the Tourism Promotion Authority to attract tourists to the Kingdom.

 Arabiyat explained that "the Kingdom is witnessing an increase in the number of tourists coming to it through planes carrying tourists coming to the Kingdom from various European nationalities within low-cost airlines affiliated with EasyJet and Ryanair. It is expected that the number of tourists will rise with the entry of low-cost Wizz Air in the middle of the month."  Next .

 Arabiyat confirmed that "contracting with low-cost airlines came within the recently announced government plan, which the authority is working on to attract more tourists to the Kingdom."

 And Arabiyat said that low-cost aviation "is a basic and important axis for increasing the number of tourists and moving the economic wheel in general by increasing tourism income."

 Arabiyat added that "low-cost airlines are among the largest and most powerful companies specialized in tourism transportation at low prices in the world."

 Arabiyat noted that "the Tourism Promotion Authority is working with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities and airlines on an ongoing basis for the continuity of this project, and for Jordan to be the preferred tourist destination for all types of tourists from different countries of the world."