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Royal Jordanian Airline

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Sunday, October 29, 2006 1:46:53 PM
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    • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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    Rated 4.3/5 stars (173 votes cast)

    Throughout my life, I've been hearing horror stories about Royal Jordanian airlines (AKA Alia) but how much of that is fact and how much of that is fiction?

    rj

    Many have said to me things like,

    • ALIA means "Always Late in Arrival"
    • They treat people like cattle
    • Too many children on the flights
    • Too many infants on the flight
    • Poor service
    • Poor on board choices for media and food
    • Bad customer service on the ground
    • Wasta System galore
    • Lost luggage
    • Lost connection flights
    • Noisy environment
    • "Smoke odors" in the bathrooms
    • Disgusting seats, bathrooms, utensils, hostesses ... just about everything

    The list can go on forever. But frankly, despite the many shortcomings, I have never (and I repeat NEVER) had a single bad experience boarding an RJ flight. Either to the Arab world or Europe/USA. On the other hands I had bad experiences with:

    • Lufthansa:
      Worst stewardesses, too arrogant and hostile, Frankfurt airport is junk. Bad experience all over
    • British Airways:
      Missing connection flight (+No apology), Food poisoning in Heathrow. Dinky little room when they missed my flight, No transportation to the hotel!
      The pilot landed so roughly in Beirut airport that he broke the landing gear. And we were stuck in the plane for several hours before they managed to get it replaced! WHY oh why did we get the pilot in training!?!?!? (but this was British mediterranean)
    • Olympic airlines:
      Yikes! We were REALLY collected and driven like a horde of cattle. Forced to share rooms with total strangers (mine was awesome with a south African chick who came out naked from the shower!!!! So I'm not complaining, but many had horrible experiences mainly a south African chick who came out from the shower to see this crazy Arab guy staring with a stupid smile on his face)
      EVERYONE was SHOUTING at me! (not just me, but at EVERYONE ELSE) I wasn't used to this kind of rude behavior. I felt so abused!
      We were waiting for over 12 hours in Athens airport before they decided to allow us some food and later go to the Hotel. 12 HOURS!!! Children were starving, people were tired and they just kept on dragging, instead of allowing us to rest when they obviously screwed up!
    • Turkish Airlines, needless to say, I wasn't scared as much in my whole life ... The plane almost fell from the sky few times ... it's true, "if you want to die, fly with THY"
    • Royal Wings.... Argh ... This one, was so noisy I couldn't hear my own self shouting! (and besides had a nasty college from collage working on it!)
    • KLM! With 18 hours of layover in Amsterdam, this is one of the horrible connections to Jordan. But can't really complain much otherwise

    Now, on RJ, I always had the joy and luxury of meeting new people. Treated acceptably. Tolerated my over-sized, heavy luggage. Allowed to carry on things that would probably not be allowed anywhere else. Besides, my cousin (AKA Fat Bastard) flies one... God, that's a scary thought!

    The best part, when I board Royal Jordanian, Jordan starts at terminal 4 in Chicago. That's 12 hours earlier than Arriving in Amman

    Many think that I'm over optimistic and that because I've been away for too long I just miss the place and I'm not being realistic about things. But the fact of the matter (when it comes to flights) is that EVERYONE SUCKS! Every single carrier is BAD or WORSE

    Since 9/11 we don't even dare say "water is too warm" without being looked at and scrutinized by the attendants who probably contemplate the thought of calling security to have us continue the rest of the flight in handcuffs! So we just remain silent ... and EXTRA ... EXTRA ... EXTRA ... nice!

    Anyway, I'm looking forward to my flight to Amman .. and looking forward to boarding that plane in Chicago .. It will be awesome ...  counting the days ..

    Now your mileage WILL vary ... each one has their own experience. But mine so far (knock on wood) has been very positive... Go ahead ... share yours

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    RJ adds 7 EMBRAER 195 airliners to its fleet (http://www.rja.com.jo/pc/2006/pressreleas_embraer.asp ) I guess service will be better also soon..Friend told me that maybe RJ fleet not up to date comparisoning with other airlines,but the Pilots are very proffessional..enjoy ur next trip ;)
    I have to dig out my last letter of complaint to RJ and post about my last experience with them not too long ago. i believe that any airline is prone to be complained about and most passengers tend to complain about anything and everything!
    I still fly RJ with all their faults, and they have many. You can never beat the time it reaches Amman from Chicago and back..two sleeping pills and you are there!!
    Allah yel3an abu el yom elli 6le3et feeh ma3 Olympics!

    The food SUXXXXXXX! this is beside the fact that they surve pork only!
    terrible landing methods, wallah I prefered to get down with a parachutte.
    Athens Airport is more like a mall than an airport! kidos everywhere in coffeeshops!

    my flight from amman to athens then was around an hour and a half, and from athens to bucharest (which is half the way to amman) was 4 hours and a half!!!!!! the plane was Boing on the ticket and a small ATR in reality ,,, people where talking through their mobiles in it!

    hehe, 3o2bal ma tjarreb the romanian airlines, Tarom .... the amman-bucharest ticket costs as an Amman-london ticket, but the difference that you feel that the plane is more like a romanian made truck.... terrible shakes in the interior, and very noisy (PS: its a boing 737) ... & they are terrible in parking the planes in the airport, the last time I came with it the pilot spent 20 minutes just trying to park the plane in amman, forward and backward!

    Kudos to RJ!
    • #4
    • Dima
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    • On: 10/29/2006 4:08:35 PM
    Lufthansa:
    Worst stewardesses, too arrogant and hostile, Frankfurt airport is junk. Bad experience all over

    Worst stewardesses ==> I totally disagree! in all the times i flew with LH (and im talking here about nearly 20 times - including the domestic ones inside Germany), the stewardesses were extremely nice, so sweet and keep smiling the whole time -- keep in mind that the flight departs and arrives to Amman after midnight!
    If you miss any meal while sleeping they make sure that you get one when you wake up... and they're too quiet.. once while i was flying with EK (Emirates) I couldn't sleep because the stewardesses kept on talking and laughing in a really loud annoying voice.


    too arrogant and hostile ==> This I think because they speak a different language.. I once had a problem in Amman's airport and the flight was delayed 15 miutes because of me and the minute I stepped inside it the captain and the stewardesses came to talk to me and made sure that im feeling ok!

    Frankfurt airport is junk ==> I enjoy it sooo much to the degree that i like to go there and do some shopping! It's nice, clean... and people are just so friendly! Everyone is so helpful!~

    Bad experience all over ==> one bad experience, so you just can't generalise!!!

    On the other hand.. think of all the positive points! Lufthansa is classy, accurate, safe, the seats are made of leather and so comfortable, the silver and yellow colors put you in a relaxing mood, and always on time!!!
    • #5
    • Dima
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    • On: 10/29/2006 4:11:20 PM
    One more point.. they do the best safest calmest landings ever! You hardly feel it... both the landings and take offs! I always sleep before taking off and wake up after landing... you hardly feel them...
    LOL Dima, You should have added:
    This comment is sponsored by: luLufthansa, There's no better way to fly :)
    • #7
    • sami
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    • On: 10/29/2006 6:01:55 PM
    I've just been put off flying Lufthansa after reading Dima's comments above. I swear, I felt as if I'm reading their official website or some sort of a promotional ad..   
    • #8
    • kinzi
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    • On: 10/29/2006 6:19:19 PM
    I'll join Dima in the rah-rah Lufthansa crowd (they won't be giving any extra frequent flier miles, will they?). Tell Bana I said 'hi' ;)

    We only fly Lufthansa anymore, because they are cheap and have a generous family plan for mileage. All our kids flew free to the US last summer. The flight attendents have been great, they don't laugh at my bad German. Oh yea, then we can visit our friends in Frankfurt for free.

    Nasimjo, I flew Tarom. Once. Kinda like I flew Aeroflot...once.

    Air France is my favorite to pick on. The airline who always sends your luggage to Thailand.  

    Qwaidar, I love O'Hare airport!
    • #9
    • Dima
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    • On: 10/29/2006 6:27:37 PM
    Kinzi... :) Bana says HI :) next time you're in the office i'd be glad to help! The family program is amazing.. it's so generous! plus you can get a free ticket to Europe immediately if you buy a round trip ticket to San Francisco or Los Angeles! I bet no other airline is as generous! And Kinzi you can check the website for the winter M&M promotion which is awesome.. :)
    Hmm ... my blog is being taken over by .........LH
    Tab at least throw in some promotion to the readers :D
    Salam,

    I'm planning a trip to UAE,Kuwait and Amman then back to the US.

    I wonder should I take Emarates or Lufthansa?

    Peace
    • #12
    • kinzi
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    • On: 10/30/2006 9:02:01 AM
    Khaled, you know what Dima (ana Bana) and I will say! Du wilst mit dem Lufthansa eine bessere flug haben! (see what I mean bad bad German)

    Are you bringing the family? Then we can have a JP FAMILY meet-up!
    I can baby sit :D
    • #14
    • afaf
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    • On: 10/30/2006 3:12:29 PM
    well, i guess this is a lufthansa website for sure, and i have to disagree with dima, i did have bad exprience with them,  they r so discriminating i would say and allow pets on the plane...i was in  my seat with this german lady showed up with her big bag and she had a poppy there...i jumped on my seat and told my husband i am not sitting next to a dog, the flight attendant came and she saw no problem with pets on...i said NOWAY...so she offered that lady with the dog another seat... it was awful and yeah...they donot smile to non-germans...
    as u said samer...they all suck, after travelling many different airlines back and forth amman-usa...i would say it is up to u to weigh what u wanna have and decide which one to fly...
    as for RJ, they have the last priority for taxing to/from terminal and that is why it s a must to miss ur connection flight from there....just a remark....
    peace all and sorry if i sounded so harsh....
    Salam,

    Kinzi, no in March I'm traveling solo. In August the whole flock is coming. Get those BBQ sticks ready :-)
    • #16
    • omar
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    • On: 10/30/2006 6:46:02 PM
    I love RJ

    leaving to Amman from London,
    I already feel i'm in Jordan the minute I step right in the plane!
    + I get to meet people, talk to them, especially tourists who are visiting Jordan -- I become like a delegate from the Board of Tourism! LOL

    YOU GO QWAIDER
    AND LET'S BOYCOTT THE ZIONIST LUFTHANSA
    hahahahahahahaha -- JK

    Some people might actually read it ast "Loof Thansa"
    it's "Looft Hanza" right? LOL
    I just saw this post, lets see how many of these I've experienced at least once with RJ. Keep in mind this is based only on my experience on flights to/from the US:

    * ALIA means "Always Late in Arrival"
    I can't really tell since by the time I arrive I'm just glad I arrived safe, but they were late on departure from Chicago everytime I went with them.

    * They treat people like cattle
    Never got that impression. However, the fact that their flights from/to the US are always full of families with tons of kids give anyone the impression that cattle are being transported. In other words, they don't treat people like cattle, people come to them the way cattle wanna enter the barn :D

    * Too many children on the flights
    Wa ana ashhad!

    * Too many infants on the flight
    Wa ana ashhad martain!

    * Poor service
    It was ok. Not great, but not the worst.

    * Poor on board choices for media and food
    Yeah it wasn't that great.

    * Bad customer service on the ground
    Their ticketing office is the worst I dealt with. They are the only airline I know of that still asks for re-confirmation, not confirmation, re-confirmation. And for God's sake get an online ticketing system before buying new airplanes.

    * Wasta System galore
    Never affected me personally.

    * Lost luggage
    Not lost, but my bags didn't make it. The people in Chicago were helpful though when I called them from Amman. I was able to wait on the phone while the lady asked a guy to go look for the bag and I heard their conversation on the walki-talkies. They were able to find it while I was on the phone and they put it on the next flight. So thanks for that.

    * Lost connection flights
    I always have the direct flight, so I wouldn't know.

    * Noisy environment
    Because of the kids, and the parents who like to yell at them.

    * "Smoke odors" in the bathrooms
    Didn't notice it.

    * Disgusting seats, bathrooms, utensils, hostesses ... just about everything
    Maybe on some destinations, but flights from/to the US were on pretty new planes that were pretty clean. Restrooms are dirty in almost every airline.
    • #18
    • A. Shawwa
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    • On: 2/1/2008 8:57:14 PM
    I find the initial comment by Qwaider biased and offensive.

    attacking other airlines does not make RJ better. Obviously you never flown Lufthansa or simply you are bad mouthing a world class airline. I have been flying Lufthansa for over 15 years and yes I go out of my way to book on Lufthansa because they are professional, serious, on time, and incredibly efficient. I have NEVER lost any luggage on Lufthansa. I wish with all my hear that RJ one day would be like Lufthansa.

    Denouncing Frankfurt airport as Junk is laughable, what's so junk about it? clean and spotless toilets? clean and spotless floors ? Efficient handling? Come on You wish to live in a place like Frankfurt airport, one of the best airports in the world. I also wish that QAIA can become like Frankfurt.

    Now let get to RJ, I fly RJ business class so I get the best treatment, Never had any problems on the aircraft, however checking in and transfers, specially in QAIA is a degrading experience.
    Dear Shawwa
    First, thank you very much for taking the time to offer us your feedback on the whole matter.
    As a matter of fact, I have flown in Lufthansa many times in the past, and my experience wasn't as good as yours.
    I'm not just badmouthing Lufthansa, some of my most amazing moments were on top a lufthansa where I was riding in the cockpit from Greece to Amman. It was a fascinating experience. However, there were many issues with Lufthansa and Frankfurt Airport. That is not particular to either of these two...
    I don't just praise RJ because it's RJ, I'm not biased that way, in fact, I have scolded RJ before: (read: Neither Royal, Nor Jordanian)

    I think it's very obvious that in the post 9/11 era, the flight experience have no longer been as entertaining as it used to be. Many of the airlines are taking the new laws to their advantage. And if any passenger as much as complain or nag, they would be ... well .. I'm sure you've heard the horror stories.

    My current favorite is France Air .. they're really nice, friendly, punctual and reasonably priced. Charl De gaul Airport on the other hand is .. OK not that great but acceptable!

    Now can you explain to me, how did you find it "Offensive"?
    • #20
    • a shawwa
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    • On: 2/1/2008 9:29:05 PM
    Dear Mr Qwaider,
    Ripping other airlines and generalizing over the status of international airports can be considered offensive. Misleading is probably a better word.
    Your comment regarding Turkish airlines for example is utterly untrue, and any reasonable person can consider it an exaggeration. I have flown THY a few times (DXB -IST , WAW IST ) and the service is impeccable, the aircrafts brand new , I wonder how long ago you have flown THY ?

    Qualifications as junk, dump and deadly is not a distorted way to describe world class facilities such as Frankfurt airport. And yes I am a loyal Lufthansa flyer, actually a Star alliance Senator cardholder.

    I agree with your assessment of post 9/11 flying envenoming, and yes most airlines do take advantage of the situation, however a high fare paying customer can pretty much demand that the aircrew stand up and listen being German or other wise. and let me tell you, some Lufthansa staff can be snotty, but you need to know how to put them in their place politely.

    As for Air France, I do hope you have taken an air freshener with you on their flights, the French do not believe in bathing frequently. Have you ever taken AF flight in the summer ?
    Alright, I based my judgement on my experience. It wasn't all that great. THY in specific was horrible.

    But I see you're generalizing as well regarding french people. Don't you think?

    Now, unless you're directly related to the company there's nothing offensive or misleading here. There's no reason why anyone would hold back their criticism on the fear of something being offensive to a business
    There're no hard feelings here .. it's only business. I as a customer would like to see it improve
    • #22
    • a. Shawwa
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    • On: 2/2/2008 8:55:38 AM
    Good morning Mr.Qwaider,

    It seems that you have had many bad experiences flying, I am sorry about that.
    As a final point , I would like to stress that you can not compare a 16 aircraft airline like RJ and a 260+ aircraft airline like Lufthansa, apple to oranges. And NO I am not a shareholder of Lufthansa, but I can recognize a world class airlines when I see one.

    And I am not generalizing about the French, try to fly from Nice airport in the summer.

    So let us return to the subject at hand : El Malakieh El Urdunieh god bless them. I fly RJ 2-3 times a year, Vienna Amman Vienna. I work for an American multinational and I am based in Warsaw at the moment. The main reason that I fly RJ is because I find it as an exotic alternative, I enjoy watching the idiosyncrasies of the whole show. RJ business class is adequate, with amusing details such as  the 4711 cologne they offer on take off. The cabin service is fine however nothing to compare with the standard of other airlines such as YES Lufthansa, BA or Emirates.

    The horror of RJ is actually on the ground, the check in, the airport passport control, the boarding. And their ability to nickel and dime their best costumers. Luckily when I purchase a ticket to fly Vienna Amman, it is an Austrian airline ticket as RJ codeshares with them, so I refuse to be nickled and dimed by the RJ staff.

    RJ is a marginal carrier, over staffed by unqualified personnel, with many holding their position due to family connections, run by a self-serving security apparatus.

    Ok, it is the weekend now, so I will be off, too bad we do not have Kalha in Warsaw.
    I guess the moral of the story is; Your mileage may vary. It doesn't matter how many accolades the airline has you might still get an unpleasant experience. And you might end up totally surprised by the quality of other airlines

    Recently, I didn't have a good experience with RJ and decided I'm not flying them (check the link I provided earlier) But I'm still not flying Lufthansa, they suck! (no offense, they sucked for me :))

    My current favorite is France Air, I haven't smelled anything "funny" so I won't get into that. And I'm sure the french showering is a nice joke but I doubt it's true
    • #24
    • Bilge
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    • On: 2/8/2008 1:50:38 PM
    Hello
    THY Airlines is the most well qualified and the safty airlines in the world and the most biggest airlines. Because other people dont like Turkish people i think it is not good to say that is isnt safty airlines to go on
    • #25
    • s. maaitah
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    • On: 5/29/2008 2:27:01 PM
    a.shawwa or wht ever tht is ok let me tell u somethin ... man royal jordanian airline rocks and u wana knw why cause still they are able to breath with all the competition that is goin around in the region , now am in my training phase as a pilot and if u insist yes i dream abt bein one of the royal Jordanian airline eagles and i dream abt it day and night , i dnt care whether they gt me a spoon of gold or a crapy one despite tht royal Jordanian gets 1 class plastic ones ...ya wht matters is the safety which is determined by the pilot and the co-pilot man when ever ur up there flyin at 35.000 feet all wht matters is to feel safe , royal Jordanian airline had many major emergences but cause of the highly highly experienced pilots .... they made it safe to queen alia airport with out even telling the passengers abt whts goin on .. man weve gt pilots who can land with closed eyes ya ....anyway jordan have been always givin stuff to ppl who ate from it and sadly they spit bak on it in away or another ... how much do u pay for other airliners ...
    • #26
    • a shawwa
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    • On: 5/29/2008 4:02:44 PM
    Mr. Maaitah, every airline has excellent pilots, it is their job to fly the plane safely, this applies to RJ or any other airlines so it is nothing to brag about.
    As of your obnoxious and offensive style and your accusation about eating from the hand of Jordan, well let me inform you that I have never eaten anything from the hand of Jordan. I have never lived in Jordan. Whenever I visit Jordan I spend massive amount of money in hotels, restaurants and shopping , beside a few thousands of dollars for business class tickets that I pay to RJ( they are not free you know). there is no need to be offensive and nationalistically narrow minded. I am angry at RJ because they nickel and dime their best clients. Yes they do offer me excellent service once on board, but their ground service is terrible.
    I've always had mixed "reviews" of RJ. They're either excellent and over the clouds, or they're horrible and crappy to the max! I guess it comes with the Job.
    • #28
    • s. maaitah
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    • On: 5/30/2008 9:24:01 PM
    my friend ... my name is saif maaitah and thank god am a pure jordanian who love his country more than anything else in this life so it is more than normal to attack the attacker .... and hopefully soon i will be one of the royal jordanian eagles .. as a pilot in comand of the aircraft you aboard it is my responsibilty to make sure that you get safe to your fiends and family .... log in for aviation web sites where u can see and read about huge airlines and their accedients .. we both know which airliners iam talkn about ... so from this and that i believe that evrey single person who has something to do with the royal jordanian airline has the full right to brag about it .. and i recomend you to fly more with the royal jordanian airline so u can get the right picture ok not only that ..... i believe that u havnt traveled lately , i can assure that u will notice the difference the next time you travel with the royal jordanian airline , make sure to contact me when ever your up here in jordan so we can assure the hospitality of pure Jordanians , at queen alia airport u will recieve what u desire cause i will assure that throw my friends who represents the ground staff of the royal Jordanian airline  ,my pleasure again and i wish u luck in ur next flight with all the pleasure .
    Thank you Saif for the nice gesture, I'll sure look you up when I get to Jordan next time.
    But I would like to draw a distinction between patriotism and Royal Jordanian airlines which is a business. They should be separate things.
    When someone directs criticism to a Business it means something. It means someone was dissatisfied with the services rendered.
    I have been on Royal Jordanian recently, and didn't have a very good experience. I even complained about it to Samer Al MajaliNeither Royal, Nor Jordanian
    Additionally, lets not get into racial words like "Pure" Jordanian, as the purity of someone's genes is really not something to boast about, in fact I view it as a very negative thing and we should never engage in.

    Good service isn't something imprinted in someone's genes Saif, it has nothing to do with Jordanian Jordanian, or Jordanian from any other origin. Let's keep it at that!
    • #30
    • s. maaitah
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    • On: 5/31/2008 3:44:20 PM
    majali .... as far as i knw the guy is from alkarak even thought tht his mom is english well u called him to complain and wht happend .. nothing i guess ok ... guys as far as i can see ur mature enough and u can afford almost everything so either u start getting ur own jets or u can buy the royal jordanian airline and thts when u can go for it as u wish .. give me a break man ya am only 19 and i see things in a better way than u do ...patriot ya am a patriot and am a pure jordanian and god will give me the credits for tht ur nt my shrink man and were nt here to discuss our thoughts and believes ya ...royal Jordanian airline u hate it u had a couple of bad experiences with it talk abt it ... ya wht happened tell me ... it is my responsibility as a PURE JORDANIAN to make sure tht my country's name is always up there in wht ever way even if am nt doin tht difference ... its dsnt matter cause iam bein me and am doin it for my self not for others so in a very respective way i ask u all who ever is reading this i want you to send me all the complains tht u have abt the royal jordanian airline and ill do my best to deliver it to the right persons who is directly responsible for ur comfort .. thank you again all and plz do not b pushy
    I think it's shameful that we have people who like that, but your tender age pardons you. Do you think only pure Jordanians care about Jordan!? The king himself is not pure Jordanian, do you think he's unpatriotic or doesn't care about Jordan and it's interests?
    I'm as pure a Jordanian as any other proud Jordanian is, and I will not accept such view of my allegiance to Jordan. You have your own reasons to be patriotic, I have my own. There's nothing wrong there as long as the best interest of the nation is at heart!

    Royal Jordanian just like any business out there, may do well on things and need to improve on others. It's exactly like that. We have the duty to send them the feedback on the areas where we feel they're lacking.

    I had many bad experiences, I also have decided to use other airlines, and my recent trip on Air France was a delight. I will probably travel on it again. But I will continue to be reluctant to travel on RJ for many reasons.
    • #32
    • khalil
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    • On: 1/24/2009 4:29:38 AM
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    iused 2 hear bad things about it in the past... and actually i tried rj and it wanst that good service... but from new i think it's one of the best airlines in the world... wonderful srvice, really nice attendents, highly trained pilots(especially the smooth landings) and really comfort aircrafts especially the embraer..... wait 4 the boeing 787
    • #33
    • natali
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    • On: 8/29/2009 5:03:25 PM
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    RJ might be better the crew will be so much better if this shitty airline gives there cabin crew enough rest. They fly us like crows. We flew 100hrs. people. come on we R human too
    • #35
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    • On: 10/27/2009 5:09:51 AM
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    i used to fly with Jrdanian Airlines. But when i started seen jews on boards its flights i decided not to fly anymore. When it was the first and last time i flown RJ, the aircraft was more than %70 percent jews on board. At that time while i was seated i felt i had the weapon i would blow up myself and every single person on board. innocent and guilty. I do not care. Any person dealing with jew its like giving his wife or sisters to sleep with a jews
    • #36
    • Qwaider
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    • On: 10/27/2009 5:43:44 AM
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    Such talk will not be tolerated on this blog. Take your hate somewhere else
    • #37
    • Sabha
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    • On: 10/28/2009 1:04:33 AM
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    I remember in the past like 5 or 6 yrs ago flying regularly with RJ, twas horrible! The seats, the service, the food...it was more of a question of what, if anything, was good. Then we started using other airlines mostly KLM and Alitalia and then I figured out that I'm not cut out for flying. lol... Nowadays We use Turkish Airways and they're not bad but theyre not the best either. The stewardesses tend to be bitchy while the stewards are alright, overall ok. Used RJ recently and I was so pleasantly surprised at all the changes; very spacious, clean, wide variety of entertainment...so yeah things change!
    • #38
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    hahaha :) hilarious.... but seriously, what i noticed with a lot of airlines is that the food always suck...haha :) and the "falling from the sky" feeling... its always there... anyways, i hope i can get settled in a single place so that i wouldnt have to think of traveling..:)
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    RJ Might not have the nicest planes, or the best service, but you should feel safe knowing that they have some of the best pilots in the world directing the plane.
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    some pple say its shity some say its excelent, and i know y, almost all my mothers side of the family work for RJ and so we always fly it, the service is usually great for us and i thinks this is because the flight attendants are picky, ive realized there nicer to all the arabs on board and its sorta obvious thats why most of you guys are not enjoying your flight, there treating some ppl with patience and then treating you like crap, theres some nice ones to everyone and then theres some bithcs!!! I HOPE YOU ALL ENJOY YOUR NEXT FLIGHT!

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