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New Route of the Day (3 December 2022): Vueling between Barcelona and Amman

Vueling has resumed service to Amman in Jordan, a destination it last served briefly in the summer of 2010. The 2-weekly service from Barcelona began on Saturday 3 December, with flights departing the Spanish airport on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Competition on the 3,200-kilometre route comes from Royal Jordanian which also operates 2-weekly (on Thursdays and Sundays) using 150-seat A320s. Vueling configures its A320s with 186 seats in a single-class configuration. Amman becomes Vueling’s third destination in the Middle East this winter. It already serves Tel Aviv in Israel (6-weekly, launched in 2010) and Beirut in Lebanon (weekly, launched in June 2013). Vueling is 10th European carrier to serve Amman this winter According to Cirium data, Royal Jordanian is the leading carrier between Europe and Amman this December, offering a total of 54 weekly flights spread across 14 non-stop routes. Apart from Vueling, there are nine other European airlines offering non-stop service to the Jordanian capital this December. They are: • Ryanair: 32 weekly flights (15 routes - Bologna, Bucharest, Budapest, Krakow, Madrid, Memmingen, Milan BGY, Paphos, Paris BVA, Poznan, Prague, Rome CIA, Venice TSF, Vienna and Warsaw WMI) • Pegasus Airlines: 14 weekly flights (2 routes - Antalya and Ankara) • Turkish Airlines: 13 weekly flights (1 route - Istanbul IST) • Wizz Air: 10 weekly flights (5 routes - Budapest, Milan MXP, Rome FCO, Venice VCE, Vienna) • Lufthansa: 7 weekly flights (1 route - Frankfurt) • British Airways: 6 weekly flights (1 route - London LHR) • Austrian Airlines: 4 weekly flights (1 route - Vienna) • TAROM: 3 weekly flights (1 route - Bucharest) • Transavia France: 3 weekly flights (1 route - Paris ORY)

Vueling has resumed service to Amman in Jordan, a destination it last served briefly in the summer of 2010. The 2-weekly service from Barcelona began on Saturday 3 December, with flights departing the Spanish airport on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Competition on the 3,200-kilometre route comes from Royal Jordanian which also operates 2-weekly (on Thursdays and Sundays) using 150-seat A320s. Vueling configures its A320s with 186 seats in a single-class configuration.

Amman becomes Vueling’s third destination in the Middle East this winter. It already serves Tel Aviv in Israel (6-weekly, launched in 2010) and Beirut in Lebanon (weekly, launched in June 2013).

Vueling is 10th European carrier to serve Amman this winter

According to Cirium data, Royal Jordanian is the leading carrier between Europe and Amman this December, offering a total of 54 weekly flights spread across 14 non-stop routes. Apart from Vueling, there are nine other European airlines offering non-stop service to the Jordanian capital this December. They are:

  • Ryanair: 32 weekly flights (15 routes – Bologna, Bucharest, Budapest, Krakow, Madrid, Memmingen, Milan BGY, Paphos, Paris BVA, Poznan, Prague, Rome CIA, Venice TSF, Vienna and Warsaw WMI)
  • Pegasus Airlines: 14 weekly flights (2 routes – Antalya and Ankara)
  • Turkish Airlines: 13 weekly flights (1 route – Istanbul IST)
  • Wizz Air: 10 weekly flights (5 routes – Budapest, Milan MXP, Rome FCO, Venice VCE, Vienna)
  • Lufthansa: 7 weekly flights (1 route – Frankfurt)
  • British Airways: 6 weekly flights (1 route – London LHR)
  • Austrian Airlines: 4 weekly flights (1 route – Vienna)
  • TAROM: 3 weekly flights (1 route – Bucharest)
  • Transavia France: 3 weekly flights (1 route – Paris ORY)

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