Jordan: The Minister of Public Works, Housing, and the Minister of Transport, Maher Abu Al-Samen, have recently ordered to transport two aircraft (N300 aw tri star and JY-HS1) to less dangerous areas at Queen Aliya International Airport due to the danger it poses to the security and safety of aviation and runways and turning them into an environmental hater.
A press statement issued by the Ministry of Transportation on Monday said that the Ministry has been conducting an operation in its ongoing and recent follow-up of the issue of the corpses at Queen Aliya International Airport and Jordanian airports.
It was also reported that due to the threat to the security and safety of operations, the cooperation and coordination with the International Airport Group transferred two dead aircraft on the grounds of Queen Alia International Airport to Makan. Safer and away from landing anchors. The transfer has been done to provide a safer environment for the other aircraft at the airport along with the general public.
The Minister of Public Works and Housing and Minister of Transport Abu Al-Samen also issued a statement indicating that this move comes as a prelude to dismantling and disposing of the planes and sending their debris to areas outside the airport’s campus after resolving all pending issues with the owners of these planes or their representatives.
Furthermore, the statement explained that the Secretary General of the Ministry of Transport, Engineer Wassam Al-Tahmini, along with the Directorate of Airport Projects Management of the Ministry of Transportation, and a personal follow-up from the Minister of Transport, is coordinating and maintaining a continuous, direct communication channel with all related parties.
The statement issued by the Ministry of Transport also emphasized that JORAMCO has agreed to transfer the two aircraft in cooperation with the International Airport Group (Airport Investor) to ensure the highest public and craft safety standards in record time.
It should also be noted that the Ministry of Transport will continue its efforts and coordinate with the International Airport Group Company to dispose of all dead aircraft at the airport and in the yards of the companies operating there in order to ensure the durability of security and safety of air operations.