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Amman Airport Hotel Selects Pegasus Connect+ Premium Services

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Jordans four-star Amman Airport Hotel has selected Pegasus Connect+ Premium from Pegasus Solutions to help it attract more international traffic.

The 304-room hotel is the only airport property for the recently expanded Queen Alia International Airport, a status that increases its opportunity to attract both corporate and leisure traffic through Pegasus global sales and marketing support under the UI chain code.

With recently renovated rooms designed to deliver comfort to corporate and leisure travelers alike, the Amman Airport Hotel sits minutes from the new Queen Alia International Airport.

The hotel offers convenient arrival and departure services that expedite guests through the airport, including transfers and dedicated escorts.

Less than half an hour from downtown Amman, and less than an hour from the Dead Seam, the hotel also offers four distinct dining experiences, a pool, childrens play area and a well-appointed gym.

Mr. Azzam Abu Yasin, managing director of Hotels Global Group, a part of Noor Financial Investment Company, said, In Amman, we take pride in welcoming visitors with genuine warm hospitality to our fascinating and vibrant city, and have chosen Pegasus Solutions to help draw more global guests to both our region and the Amman Airport Hotel.

With Pegasus Connect+ Premium, the Amman Airport Hotel receives RVNG, a central reservations system. The hotel will also enjoy one seamless connection to the four global distribution systems (GDSs), and more than 1,000 travel websites.

Jordan, Amman, Pegasus Solutions

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