The agreement will take effect from 21 September, says the Jordanian operator.
It will cover the carriers’ 14 weekly services between Amman and Istanbul, while Royal Jordanian says it will also codeshare on Turkish Airlines’ thrice-weekly connections to Aqaba.
“The agreement might also enable the two carriers to put their codes on flights to other destinations operated beyond the two capitals in the future,” the airline adds.
Royal Jordanian says that the codeshare will give passengers greater travel options between Jordan and Turkey and “broaden” their commercial partnership. Turkish Airlines chief Temel Kotil says the tie-up will bring “enormous benefit” to the two sides.