The codeshare goes on sale from April 12 for travel from April 19, 2011. The daily service to Amman is operated by an A330 with both business (Crown Class) and economy cabins, from Heathrow’s Terminal 3.
The agreement allows customers to buy a British Airways ticket between Heathrow and Amman on a flight that will be operated by Royal Jordanian. Those customers have the ease of booking direct through ba.com and can take advantage of British Airways’ worldwide network at Heathrow for connecting flights.
Royal Jordanian has been codesharing on British Airways’ domestic and Scandinavian flights from Heathrow since 2008.
Jamie Cassidy, British Airways’ Area General Manager, Asia Pacific, said: “This new codeshare with Royal Jordanian is a real bonus for our customers wanting to fly to Amman. It’s a strong addition to the destinations BA serves and will prove popular with both direct customers and those connecting from around our global network. ”
Guido Ruther, Royal Jordanian’s Chief Commercial Officer, said: “We are proud to extend the codeshare routes with our oneworld partner British Airways to include Amman. This will enhance the offer to the oneworld customers and will strengthen the route and the competitiveness of the Royal Jordanian product even further.”