The flight was to demonstrate to the participants the specs of the new aircraft, E195, one of the E2 family that serve long-haul routes.
Participating in the demonstration trip over Amman were: Jordanian Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Makram Qaisi, Commander of the Royal Air Force Brigadier General Mohammad Hiasat, Ambassador of Brazil Márcio Fagundes do Nascimento, RJ Vice Chairman/CEO Samer Majali, and a number of officials.
RJ also hosted a group of academics and students from Al Hussein Technical University as part of the company's initiatives to empower youth and enhance the educational process.
Majali said that RJ will introduce two aircraft of this type to its short-haul fleet in December this year, which will be an important enabler for RJ’s growth plan in the levant by increasing frequencies to current markets offering passengers more choices through higher frequencies.
Embraer’s E2 boasts high operating economics and fuel efficiency, in addition to lower maintenance costs. Customers will discover a relaxed atmosphere and comfortable seating, while enjoying Wi-Fi connection during their flight.
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