Air Transport 

More than 20 international air carriers fly into Queen Alia International Airport, located 35km south of Amman. The flying time from the major European cities is about four hours. The easiest way to reach downtown Amman from the airport is by taxi; the journey takes approx. 30-45 minutes, and the fare is about 15 JDs (equivalent to around $22). However, shuttle buses to the city centre bus station are also available; leaving the airport every half-hour.  



Queen Alia International Airport

Conveniently located within 50 minutes of Amman’s historic downtown, Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) is the main airport in Jordan and is serviced by the premier global airline carriers.

Taxis are readily available outside the terminals. Shuttle buses also link QAIA with Amman’s southern terminal (and back) every half-hour between 06.00 and 16:30, every hour between 17:00- 00.00, and every hour between 00:00 – 03:00am. The cost of the ticket is JOD3.00.

Tel: 06 4010250 


Amman Civil Airport

Also located in Amman, Amman Civil Airport serves as a regional airport for domestic and nearby international routes. Home to the Royal Wings, Jordan Aviation, and Arab Wings airlines; Amman Civil Airport is operational 24 hours a day.

Tel: 06 4891401
Fax: 06 4891653  


King Hussein International Airport

As Jordan’s gateway to the Red Sea located in Aqaba, King Hussein International Airport (KHIA) is approximately a 45-minute flight from either of Amman’s airports. Serviced by national and international carriers, KHIA is quickly growing to be a regional hub for both the holiday and business traveler alike.

Tel: 03 2012111
Fax: 03 2012397