Royal Jordanian has cancelled its flights to Istanbul in the wake of Tuesday’s terrorist attacks at Ataturk Airport.
The carrier ceased services to the airport after deadly suicide attacks killed more than 40 people.
Jordan’s national carrier operates two daily flights between Amman and Istanbul and four weekly flights to Ankara.
It is not yet known when these services will resume.
More than 230 people were injured in the brutal bomb and gunfire attacks, which took place in one of the airport terminals late last Tuesday.
It is Turkey’s biggest airport attack and one of its worst acts of terrorism suffered to date.