Jordan tourism revenue increases 6.1% in Q1

Foreign tourists numbers arriving in Jordan during the first quarter rises 33.3%, says report

The number of overnight and group tourists increased by 36% per cent and 19.7% respectively
The number of overnight and group tourists increased by 36% per cent and 19.7% respectively

Jordan’s tourism revenue during the first quarter of 2019 increased by 6.1% to JD1.236 million ($1.746 billion). This is compared to $1.645 billion generated in the same period 2018, according to data released by the Central Bank of Jordan.  

The Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported in April 2019 that the number of foreign tourists arriving in Jordan during the first quarter also rose by 33.3%, and the number of overnight and group tourists increased by 36% per cent and 19.7% respectively.  

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