Jordan Aviation

Jordan Aviation is a Jordanian charter airline based in Amman and based on the local Queen Alia International Airport and a member of the Arab Air Carriers Organization.


Jordan Aviation was founded in 2000, where she recorded and flight operations with flights to the Middle and Far East as well as Europe and Africa. In addition, it offers wet- lease to other airlines if they want to have more aircraft during the peak season. According to the company Jordan Aviation is the only privately financed airline of Jordan.

Since November 23, 2011 may Jordan Aviation Boeing 767 due to its numerous and repeated safety deficiencies no longer operate in the airspace of the European Union.


As of November 2013, the fleet of Jordan Aviation consists of 12 aircraft: