A wonderful city to experience the Middle East, Amman has both a sophisticated, modern vibe in the west and a more traditional, conservative district in the east. This capital of Jordan is full of interesting, cultural things to do and see, and it also serves as a base for exploring the wider regions of the area.
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There are direct flights from Amman Queen Alia Airport to the following cities:
Flights to hundreds of other cities worldwide are also accessible from this airport, with at least one connecting stop. Some of the airlines operating from Amman Queen Alia Airport include Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Emirates, and Royal Jordanian.
This modern airport sits 10 miles south of Amman. It has a primary medical care center that is open 24 hours a day, every day, to provide first aid and other medical services to those in need. This clinic is located in the Arrivals Hall on the ground floor.
Plan on arriving at the airport two hours prior to your scheduled flight from Amman Queen Alia Airport. You can get to the airport via an airport taxi, which are available for hire 24 hours per day. Taxi fares fixed by law and posted. A typical fare from the city to the airport is about $28. You can also choose to take the more economical Airport Amman Express Bus for less than $5, with departures from the city every 30 minutes, from 6:30 a.m.. From 6:00 p.m. until midnight, buses leave every hour. The bus takes you to the terminal building from the Tabarbour/North Station in Amman. You can also catch this bus when it reaches the 7th Circle about 20 minutes after it leaves Tabarbour. The ride takes 45-60 minutes. There are also local buses leaving from the three main bus stations in Amman: Tabarbour, Abdali and JEET. If you've rented a car , you may be able to drive yourself to the airport and return your car there. When driving from West Amman, take Route 30 to the South-West onto Route 15 South. From the Dead Sea, ride North on Route 65 to Route 40, to Route 15 South. Once you arrive in Al Jizah, you will see the exit for the airport.
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