Explore ancient ruins amidst a modern backdrop in the Jordanian capital city of Amman. Skyscanner makes it easy to take an adventure with the best deals on flights, hotels, and car rentals. To find cheap flights to Amman, simply plug in your travel dates and choose the best option for you. Even if you haven't decided on a date, find the cheapest times to fly using the month view feature, or sign up for price alerts.
When is the Best Time to Fly to Amman?
Most people choose to travel to Amman in the warm summer months of June through August. Tourism slows a bit in the winter because of the cool, rainy weather. If you fly to Amman in July, you can enjoy the Jerash Festival at the Roman ruins or the Al Balad Music Festival that features a variety of Arab artists. For the best ticket prices, consider flying in later in the year, from October through December.
The Airlines That Fly to Amman
If you prefer to fly on a specific airline, Skyscanner makes it easy to book directly with any of the airlines that fly to Amman. Fly nonstop from the United States on Royal Jordanian, or choose a connecting flight from multiple options, including:
- American Airlines
- British Airways
- Turkish Airlines
What to Expect at the Airport in Amman
Two airports serve the Amman area, including Amman Civil - Marka airport and Queen Alia International Airport. The vast majority of flights from the United States will arrive at Queen Alia International. Located about 20 miles south of the city, Queen Alia has one large terminal and two runways. When you arrive, you can get to the city in a variety of ways. Take the Sariyah shuttle bus that runs every 30 minutes or a taxi service. You could also rent a car if you prefer to explore the city on your own.
What to Do at Queen Alia International Airport
The airport in Amman offers many services for your convenience. Exchange your currency or enjoy the free Wi-Fi available immediately in the Arrivals hall. You could also grab a meal or a sweet treat at any of the restaurants located throughout the airport. If you need anything before you head out, stop by any of the duty and tax-free shops.
What to Do in Amman
Because of Amman's rich Roman history, you'll find a number of things to do in the city. Visit the pillars of the Roman Temple of Hercules or the 8th-century Umayyad Palace complex. Check out the Roman Theater, or go to the Jordan Archaeological Museum. You could even take a day trip to the Dead Sea or Jerash to explore other Roman ruins.