Jordan’s aviation industry is comprised of two main local airlines: Royal Jordanian Airlines, the national flag carrier and Air Universal – both of which are based in the country’s main international gateway, Zizya (south of Amman) Queen Alia International Airport. Aqaba Airport (also known as King Hussein International Airport) is the second largest airport in Jordan.
The main governing body that controls and regulates the aviation industry is the government’s Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission.
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