DATA SPOTLIGHT: Jordan

This year The Blue Swan Daily will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot, we look at Jordan.

The Middle East is experiencing rapid and significant change, with established operators and new entrants challenging the seemingly endless market dominance of the big three Gulf carriers: Emirates Airline, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways. The arrival of long haul narrowbody aircraft in particular are supporting a balance shift, as smaller gateways become available for direct service.

AIRPORTS IN THE COUNTRY

SCHEDULE MOVEMENT SUMMARY (w/c 17-Feb-2020)

ANNUAL CAPACITY (2012 – 2020*)NOTE:*the values for this year are at least partly predictive up to six months and may be subject to change.

CAPACITY SPLIT BETWEEN DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS (w/c 17-Feb-2020)

LARGEST AIRLINES BY CAPACITY (w/c 17-Feb-2020)

CAPACITY SPLIT BETWEEN LOCAL AND FOREIGN OPERATORS (w/c 17-Feb-2020)

AIRLINE BUSINESS MODEL CAPACITY SPLIT (w/c 17-Feb-2020)

DEVELOPMENT OF LCC ACTIVITY IN COUNTRY (2009 – 2019)

ALLIANCE CAPACITY SPLIT (w/c 17-Feb-2020)

INTERNATIONAL CAPACITY BREAKDOWN BY COUNTRY (w/c 17-Feb-2020)

DEPARTING SYSTEM SEATS BY CLASS (w/c 17-Feb-2020)

BUSIEST DOMESTIC MARKETS BY CAPACITY (w/c 17-Feb-2020)

BUSIEST INTERNATIONAL MARKETS BY CAPACITY (w/c 17-Feb-2020)

LOCAL AIRLINES’ AIRCRAFT FLEET (as at 17-Feb-2020)

MORE INSIGHTS:

Royal Jordanian Airlines: narrowbody fleet renewal, market share down

W/Europe-M/East capacity: only British Airways exploits opportunities