Book a flight to Amman and visit the charming capital of Jordan. No matter if you’re in the city for a whirlwind business trip or weekend getaway, you’ll soon fall in love with this dynamic destination.
Planning a trip to the Middle Eastern hotspot is made easy with flydubai. Our cheap flights to Amman mean you can travel on a shoestring budget, with both Economy and Business Class tickets available.
At flydubai, we’re constantly working on enhancing your travel experience – both on and off the ground. When it’s time to check-in for your flight, you’ll find online check-in is available at most of our destinations, helping you save time at the airport. Otherwise, a member of our friendly team will be able to check you in at one of our counters.
Step onboard our aircraft and relax in your seat, designed for a comfortable journey. Every seat is fitted with a personal touchscreen – swipe your way to entertainment perfection, with TV shows, movies, music and games to choose from. Throughout your flight, make the most of our award-winning onboard WiFi, keeping up to date with social media and staying on top of emails as you fly towards Amman. Enjoy a mid-air shopping spree with our duty free range – browse our onboard collection of affordable jewellery, watches, toys and more.
Stay refreshed throughout your flight to Amman with our collection of hot meals, drinks and snacks. If your journey is more than three hours, pre-order from our onboard menu which lends inspiration from all corners of the globe. Indulge in creamy scrambled eggs as the sun comes up or savour a Goan-style fish curry as the stars begin to shine.
Venture to the city’s historic heart to experience the meticulously restored Roman amphitheatre. Carved into a hillside, the ancient site looks spectacular at sunset.
Eat your way through the city, in search of the best mansaf in Amman. Get stuck into Jordan’s national dish at outlets scattered in all corners of the capital. This lamb, rice and yoghurt dish is fresh, tender and tasty. It’s a culinary experience you’re unlikely to forget.
Be mesmerised by the beauty and colour of the city’s countless spice shops. Navigate your way through a haze of souks, picking up traditional spices, nuts, and other local produce to take home with you.
The sprawling city of Amman is spread across seven hills, boasting an eclectic mix of modern architecture and historic sites. Get lost in a world of delicious food, striking ruins, and contemporary art galleries when you book a flight to this intriguing destination.
Make the city’s Citadel the number one stop on your Amman itinerary. Perched on the highest hill in the capital, the ancient complex features impressive remnants stretching all the way back to the Bronze Age. Discover two giant pillars and a stone-carved hand which mark the spectacular ruins of the Temple of Hercules, built during the Roman Empire. Venture further and you’ll find the eighth-century Umayyad Palace, which is beautiful both inside and out.
Beyond its amazing sights, explore even more history in the city’s collection of museums. The Jordan Museum has a dramatic modern exterior – tear your eyes away and head inside to find exhibitions which depict the country’s colourful history. Step even further back in time at the Jordan Archaeological Museum, which is home to artefacts dating from the Palaeolithic era.
A delicious blend of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavours are the heart of the city’s gastronomical scene. For an authentic taste of Amman, tuck into groaning platters of hummus, flatbreads, falafel, grilled kebabs and spiced wheat dishes. But you won’t just find traditional fare in the capital. Head to Rainbow Street for a foodie adventure, where cafes and restaurants serve up cuisines from across the globe.
Amman’s leafy west side has been experiencing a contemporary makeover. Alongside its thriving coffeehouse culture, malls and art galleries have been popping up to create a new modern pulse in the capital. Darat Al Funun and the National Gallery of Fine Arts are both worth a visit for a dose of contemporary art.
Ahead of your trip to Amman, it’s important to make sure you have the correct visa documentation in place. Get in touch with your embassy to find out what visa you’ll need.
While in Amman, you’ll use Jordan’s national currency – the Jordanian Dinar (JOD). Frequently used notes include: 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 dinars.
Arabic is the official national language of Jordan – although English is also widely spoken.
From October to February, temperatures are known to dip as low as 9°C. But summer months are beyond balmy, with average highs of 36°C.
It’s easy to navigate to places in Amman, as there are plenty of taxis and private cars available. There’s also the option to explore the country further, with plenty of places to hire a car.
If you book a flight to Jordan with flydubai, we’ll take you to Queen Alia International Airport (AMM), 32km south of Amman.