Royal Jordanian (RJ) incurred a net loss of JD26.3 million ($37.1 million) in the 2017 first half, a figure the airline said was driven by seasonality and a decline in average fares because of over-capacity in the industry. The Amman-based carrier did not provide comparative figures for the year-ago period, or issue details of its revenue performance. The airline pointed to a net profit of JD1.5 million in June, the last month of its half-year period, as a sign that the airline’s ...

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