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Queen Alia International Airport is located in the town of Zizya, 35 kilometers south of the Jordanian capital city of Amman. It is Jordan’s international gateway and is named after the much-admired wife of the late King Hussein of Jordan. With its strategic location in the Middle East, Queen Alia International Airport serves many major airlines flying to international destinations across Europe, Asia, North America and the Middle East. The airport also serves as the base for the national flag carrier, Royal Jordanian Airlines.

The new airport, which opened in 2013 to replace the older terminal, has a stunningly distinctive design inspired from the bedouin tents. It is also equipped with all the modern amenities and features which make every visitor’s arrival a pleasant and welcoming experience.

There is no rail connection between the airport and the city as of yet, but there are Sariyah shuttle buses that operate between Amman and the airport every 30 minutes. Airport taxis, limousine services, express bus lines and rental cars are available to bring you directly to the city centre and other various locations in Amman.

Ammanis the capital and largest city of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. This ancient settlement has a rich history that dates back to biblical times. Through the centuries, it was under the rule of various empires which resulted into a rich culture that is still quite evident to this day. Present-day Amman is a modern and thriving Middle eastern metropolis. The city is not the typical desert region as it has a hilly terrain and boasts of scenic vistas at its famed Amman jabels or hills.  There are an increasing number of modern malls, luxury hotels and trendy art museums, but the finest attractions in Amman are its historical points of interest.

Amman Citadel

The ancient enchanting Citadel, also known as Jabal al-Qala’a, is highly recommended as the first stop in your itinerary. Located at the heart of both Old Amman and the modern downtown, the Citadel offers a magnificent view of the city especially during sunset. It is the siteof ancient Rabbath-Ammon, and contains many Roman, Byzantine and early Islamic remains. The highlight among the ruins at the Citadel is the al-Qasr or the Palace which features a monumental gateway, an audience hall and four vaulted chambers.

National Archaeological Museum

Situated on the Citadel, the National Archaeological Museum is small but a must-visit. Here you will find an interesting collection of antiquities from all over Jordan, dating from prehistoric times to the 15th century. The collections include glassware, pottery, as well as jewelry, coins and statues. The museum houses the Ain Ghazal statues, which are among the oldest statues ever made by a human civilization.

Jordan Museum

Only a short walk from the centre of Amman, the museum is free and showcases many interactive exhibits about the history of Jordan and a bit about Petra. The museum formerly housed some of the Dead Sea Scrolls, including the only copper scroll. The Jordan Museum is definitely a must-see.

Roman Theatre

Located near the base of the Citadel and just a short walk from the downtown area, the Roman Theater is an impressive relic of the ancient city. It was built during the 2nd century and can accommodate 6000 spectators. Today, the theater is still used for sporting and cultural events.

Finding your way around the capital is fairly simple. Visitors can travel around by very convenient public transportation, such as taxis and public buses. Yellow and grey taxis are readily available and can be easily found anywhere in Amman. Do take note to ride only the ones with the green logo. Rental cars with drivers are also readily available. Local buses serve many parts of Amman are cheap and safe but mostly used by the locals rather than the tourists.

Jordan has a desert climate with long hot summers, but best visited in spring or autumn when the weather is most pleasant. Most visitors make Amman the starting point for journeys to the nearby Jordan River and the iconic Petra, so it is best to avoid the immensely hot summer months. Plan your trip to now! Find the best flight for you by searching for promo fares to Queen Alia Airport in Amman, Jordan on Skyscanner Singapore.

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Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Amman: Amman Queen Alia and Amman Civil - Marka.
Delta, Gulf Air, Transavia France, Oman Air, transavia, KLM, Kenya Airways and Norwegian all fly direct to Amman Queen Alia.
The cheapest month to fly to Amman Queen Alia is May.

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