Published: 2020-09-11 12:14
Last Updated: 2020-09-11 12:14
Queen Alia International Airport stressed the need for strict compliance with health and safety measures inside the airport to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, in a press release issued on Thursday.
The suggested preventive procedures were approved by the Civil Aviation Regulatory Authority to protect both travellers and employees.
These measures are in line with national and international health and safety standards and include physical distancing and wearing facemasks.
Fly Jordan, Jordan Airlines, Turkish Airlines and Fly Dubai have resumed regular flights transporting passengers to and from Istanbul and Dubai.
The latest news, developments and announcements related to flights and the airport are available on the Queen Alia International Airport’s official website, the Visit Jordan website and their social media channels.
Travellers can also contact the airport's information centre by calling 06-500-2777.