A change in pricing strategy to stimulate the market, plus tight capacity control, were two of the factors behind a considerably improved 3Q financial performance by Royal Jordanian, the airline has said. The Jordanian flag carrier posted a third-quarter net profit of JD31.8 million ($44.9 million), compared to JD12.9 million in the year-ago period. The improvement took the airline into the black for the first nine months of the year, showing net income of JD5.4 million, reversed from a ...

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