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Jordan Aviation supports initiatives of the Crown Prince Foundation

Apr 23,2019 - Last updated at Apr 23,2019

The Jordan Aviation Company has announced the signing of a five-year support agreement for the youth initiatives of the Crown Prince Foundation, at an annual value of 500,000 Jordanian dinars, half in cash and half in in-kind contributions.

The agreement was signed by the company’s President & CEO Captain Zuhair Mohammed Al Khashman and by Tamam Mango, executive director of the foundation, in the presence of Fawaz Hatem Al Zoubi, chairman of the foundation board of trustees.

Under the agreement, the company will provide support for the initiatives, especially those geared at developing leadership skills and enhancing youth participation at various levels, in addition to strengthening innovation, creativity and volunteering, in order to further develop and strengthen the capabilities of Jordanian youth. Mango thanked the Jordan Aviation Company for the support provided and indicated that it will contribute to achieving the objectives of the Foundation's initiatives.

Jordan aviation was established in 1998 as the first private sector airline in the Arab world. It currently owns 12 Airbus and Boeing aircraft. 

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