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Royal Falcon Airlines was set up in 2007. The operation was launched on a non-scheduled basis. In 2009, the airline became the second scheduled air carrier. The company had its license suspended by the Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission in August 2016.
This article relating to an Asian airline is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. This article about transport in Jordan is a stub. Jump to navigation Jump to search « The Plateau » redirects here. View a machine-translated version of the French article.
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There is a difference between the borough, Plateau-Mont-Royal—a political division of the City of Montreal—and the neighbourhood referred to as « the Plateau ». Typical residential street in the Plateau. Starting in 1745, the urbanized area of Montreal began to extend beyond its fortifications. The Plateau Mont-Royal was born when the Faubourg Saint-Laurent to the north became the main line of development. In 1792, Montreal expanded to establish its official limits about two kilometres around the original fortifications.