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Spectacular mountain and coastal scenery is simply an added coastal scenery is simply an added bonus for the growing numbers of passengers using Aqaba International Airport (AIA) as a  gateway  to  the  Red Sea region. The reason is that no matter whether passengers are taking off for a five-hour flight to Paris or landing after 50-minute flight from Amman, AIA always seems to impress.  From  the  area’s  spectacular scenery and glorious weather to the airport’s international-standard runway and  spacious  terminal,  from its  enviable  operational  record – including  near-perfect  punctuality – right  down  to  Royal  Jordanian’s friendly check-in and efficient ground handling staff, AIA scores on every count.
Served   by   Royal   Wings’ twice-daily,   Dash   8-operated  scheduled services   to   and  from  Queen  Alia  International  Airport  (QAIA)  and Amman-Marka   International  Airport  (AMIA),  AIA  is  also  served  by non-scheduled  services  operated  by  Royal  Jordanian  (usually using A320s) ,    Virgin    Express    (B737s),    Aeroflot    (TU154s) ,    Condor (MD81/82s), Orca Air (Fairchild Metros) and others. Increasing numbers of charter flights are responding to the growing demand for  holiday’s  in the Red Sea region, including cruise holidays centered  on  the  Port  of Aqaba. Also an  increasingly  popular venue  for  aerial sports such  as  gliding, parachuting  and,  in  the  future,   microlighting,   AIA   recently  hosted  a  major international skydivers’ convention – only  the  second open-to-all,  civilian  oriented  championships  ever staged in the Middle East.
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An  amazing  variety  of aircraft   and   people pass  through  AIA,  and  traffic ranges  from   giant   Galaxy   C5s, B747-400s, VC10s   and  Antonov  124s operating  special services , to  smaller  Gulfstream  IV executive jets – undoubtedly  on business – and the tiny Extra-300s of the Royal Jordanian Falcons – unashamedly  on display. They flock to Aqaba for all sorts  of  reasons,  not  least  AIA’s  extraordinary capacity and  its  proven  ability  to  handle  all  types of  traffic.  Capable  of handling up to 1.5 million passengers a year and able to  accommodate  the world ’s largest aircraft on its  ILS  Cat 1-equipped, 3,000-meter  runway,   the airport has become the obvious choice for the increasing numbers of airlines and operators coming to the area.

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