How to find cheap flights to Amman
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Airports with direct flights to Amman from the UAE
Direct flights to Amman from the AUE depart from Sharjah, Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
The average flight time from the AUE to Amman is approximately three hours.
What airlines fly to Amman from the UAE?
A number of airlines offer direct and indirect flights to Amman from the UAE, often daily, including Air Arabia, FlyDubai and Oman Air.
Find out more information on airlines that fly to Amman
Amman has two airports: Amman Civil Airport (ADJ) and Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA).
Flights from the UAE serve both of Amman’s airports.
Amman Civil Airport is located 3 miles (5km) from the centre of Amman. It mainly serves as a regional airport servicing domestic and nearby international routes from airlines such as Royal Wings, Jordan Aviation, and Arab Wings, and for passengers on chartered flights and VIP private flights.
Getting into Amman from Amman Civil Airport is by taxi only and takes approximately 25 minutes.
Queen Alia International Airport
Located 20 miles (32km) from downtown Amman, Queen Alia International Airport is Jordan’s main airport and is serviced by many international airline carriers.
It is possible to reach Amman by shuttle bus service which runs every 30 minutes from 0630-1700 and then every hour until midnight. The journey time to Amman is approximately 45 minutes. Taxis are also available.
When to go to Amman
Amman is a year-round destination depending on what you want to do. Sitting at over 800m above sea level means that Amman will be cooler in the winter months than the Red Sea resorts that offer year round sunshine. However, the spring time is best for desert tours when the heat is less oppressive and the surrounding valleys are beautifully carpeted with green, perfect for hiking. September sees the celebration of Eid with many traditional events and festivals taking place.
The best time to get a cheap flight deal to Amman is probably late winter and early spring when the city is at its quietest and the diving tourists haven’t booked their flights and filled the local resorts yet!
Looking to get the cheapest air tickets to Amman, why not check out our Best Time To Book Tool. We show you the best time to book your tickets on average to get the cheapest airfare, as well as the cheapest month to visit.
What’s the weather like in Amman?
If you don’t want to be collapsing with the heat then March to May is when Amman is awakening from its bitterly cold winter and temperatures are warm and balmy from 17˚C (62˚F) in March to 28˚C (82˚F) in May. Summer (June through to September) can see the mercury rise to over 40˚C (104˚F) while October is the rainiest month of the year. This gives way to winter which in Amman means single digit temperatures and biting winds.
Further information on visiting Amman
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What to see and do in Amman
Amman is the capital of Jordan and one of the oldest, continually inhabited cities in the world. Today is manages to meld the best of modern cosmopolitan life with ancient tradition. There are malls, cafes and restaurants with a Western flavor but also fabulous old souks selling Bedouin jewelry, hookah cafes and Eastern tea houses in which traditional Jordanian culture remains deeply rooted. Stunning historical architecture like the Citadel (Jabal al-Qal'a) and the ruins of the Temple of Hercules are just a few of Jordan’s spectacular archaeological treasures. More can be found in the excellent archaeological museum in Amman.
Amman’s food is worth the trip alone with heavenly and heady Middle Eastern spices infusing its cuisine with just a hint of Mediterranean and Persian influence. A plate of mezze and a cardamom coffee are a must try. Sprawled across seven hills, Amman boasts breathtaking views and out of this world hiking through the majestic Jebel hills.
Attractions: Citadel (Jabal al-Qal'a), Roman Philadelphia marketplace, Little House of the Arts (Darat Al Funun) and Al-Husseini Mosque
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