Royal Jordanian Airlines is the flag carrier of Jordan with head office situated in Amman, Jordan. It offers scheduled international air services for four continents from the main hub Queen Alia International Airport. It is a member of Arab Air Carriers Organization and Oneworld; a global airline alliance. It has won the “Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation” award for "Airline Turnaround of the Year 2006" on 9 November 2006. 500 flights are operated by it on weekly basis and at least 110 flights on daily basis. About 60 destinations in 40 countries are covered by it in all over Middle East, Europe, Asia, Africa and North America. This airline was established in 1963 but started to operate from 15 December 1963 after a royal decree by the late King Hussein. It was named after King Hussein's eldest child, Princess Alia bint Al Hussein of Jordan.
The capital of Sudan, Khartoum is located at the meeting point of the White Nile and the Blue Nile, lending this place a unique natural character. The place where these two rivers meet to form the Nile River is known as Al-Mogran. The city is practically divided by these rivers into three distinct parts - Khartoum, Bahri and Omdurman. On a Khartoum trip, travellers can discover the old-world charm of the Khartoum region, shop in the traditional souqs of Omdurman and go to Bahri to explore its modern attractions. Travellers can go for a walk on the Nile Street and behold the sight of the impressive Presidential Palace and Al-Fateh Tower, shaped like an egg. They can go for a picnic in the Al-Mogran Family Park or discover the cultural treasures of this place at the Sudan National Museum. Souq Arabi and Souq Omdurman, famous for handicrafts and other local offerings, are must-visits during a trip to Khartoum. This city stands apart as an unusual destination, boasting of a rare cultural appeal and an interesting natural setting. MakeMyTrip offers Khartoum tour package to make a visit to this place a pleasant experience for travellers.