Located 35 kilometres from the heart of the capital Amman, the Queen Alia International Airport is the largest in Jordan. Most of its passengers are transiting onto further flights on connections from Europe with Royal Jordanian airlines.
There are leisure zones, restaurants, fast foods and a duty-free shop at the airport.
The airport is open 24 hours.
Amman Queen Alia Airport Transit
The airport is rather small and very easy to navigate in and during connection transit, there is only one simple way to the departure hall with multiple large seating areas.Allow at least 50 minutes for your transit.
Amman Queen Alia Airport Transfer
Airport – City centre (Bus)
There is a Bus connection of company Sariyah Express between the airport and Amman city.
The buses arrive at Amman’s north bus station with the journey taking approx. 45 – 60 minutes.
Buses departure every 30 and 60 minutes from 6:30 – 00:00.
One way ticket costs
3 JODcurrently £3.37
Airport – City centre (Taxi)
Taxi fee from the airport to Amman’s city centre is about
25 JODcurrently £28.09
, on the way back it is possible to haggle with the street taxi and lower the price.
Accomodation near the airport