Jordan Airports Company undertakes the following three main responsibilities:
1. Airport Management & Development
The Jordan Airports Company (JAC) currently manages and operates “Amman Civil Airport” (ACA) and is entrusted to run any future airports in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
JAC at the moment endeavors to increase the level of services provided by Amman Civil Airport in order to meet with international standards and achieve customer satisfaction.
The company is also responsible for upgrading the airport infrastructure facilities and terminals to comply with the International Civil Aviation Organization’s regulations.
JAC is constantly striving to implement, maintain and improve Amman Civil Airport’s Safety Management System related manuals, plans and procedures.
JAC works through an Airport Master Plan that was created by Specialized International consultancy firms and which is constantly being reviewed.
The company Invests in a model of Public-Private Partnership to secure sustainable revenue over the short and long term periods.
It is also worth noting that Jordan Airport Company Positioned Amman Civil Airport as an aviation education and training hub.
2. Development, investment and renting for Land around Queen Alia International Airport.
Jordan Airports Company identifies a realistic idea for the site locations, fair land values, site preparation, land remediation; land official documents fees, etc.; in order to achieve a profitable project outcome as a return on investment for the land it undertakes.
JAC also manages all relevant land records which are stored, search and retrieval in a Geo-database in terms of General Master Plan, Land Use Plan and the provision of regulations.
It also manages all Real Estate Information for business functions (investment & Marketing role), accommodates different types of data such as (satellite images, Ortho-rectified air photos, field survey data, any Cadastral Information.
3. Management and Operation of the Air Cargo Facilities Centre
The center is equipped with the latest Mobile Cargo X-ray inspection systems and Explosive Detection Tomography Systems.
The Air Cargo Facilities Centre uses the latest range of scanners to optimize security checks.
The scanners are used to inspect trucks, containers and other vehicles without the need to load or unload shipments.