AMMAN, Dec 22: The Jordanian airlines, Royal Jordanian, declared on Tuesday suspending flights to and from Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Britain as a precaution after breakout of a new strain of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The airways company said in a statement the decision was taken toward Kuwait after the Kuwaiti authorities closed its air, sea and land exits as of Monday night until January 1.
Saudi Arabia has also declared closing its borders for a week. Riyadh has also stopped flights to London as of Monday until Saturday (January 3rd) due to eruption of a new strain of the coronavirus in some parts of the United Kingdom.
The Jordanian airlines called on passengers who had booked for flying to these countries to contact it. (KUNA)