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|Ceased operations||August 2016|
|Hubs||Queen Alia International Airport|
|Headquarters||Amman - Mecca Street|
|Key people||nabil ababneh (President/CEO)|
Royal Falcon Airlines was set up in 2007. The operation was launched on a non-scheduled basis. In 2009, the airline became the second scheduled air carrier. The airline is a sister company to Jordan International Air Cargo (JIAC) which was established in 2005.
The company had its license suspended by the Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission in August 2016.
Royal Falcon operated the following services (As of December 2013):
- Erbil - Erbil International Airport
- Najaf - Al Najaf International Airport
- Mosul - Mosul International Airport
The Royal Falcon fleet included the following aircraft (as of August 2016):
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