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Aqaba sees return of charter flights

By : News Editor

Jordan Daily – A plane carrying 110 tourists from Slovakia has landed at King Hussein International Airport in Aqaba, marking the inauguration of a weekly flight supported by the Jordan Tourism Board (JTB).

Hamza Al-Haj Hassan, Deputy Chairman of the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority and Commissioner for Investment and Tourism, stated that the return of charter flights to Aqaba is due to plans and programs aimed at gradually promoting and attracting tourist groups in cooperation with JBT. He noted that tourist flights to Aqaba continue from all land and air ports.

In a press statement on Thursday, he added that the number of visitors during events and holidays exceeded expectations, following the authority’s implementation of artistic and recreational activities targeting local and foreign visitors and residents in Aqaba.

He highlighted the importance of weekly artistic, recreational, cultural events, and heritage bazaars in the Great Arab Revolt Square, organized by the authority in cooperation with partners. These events offer a variety of tastes, in addition to enjoying the atmosphere of the Gulf of Aqaba.

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