Book flights to Jordan

Book a flight to Jordan and immerse yourself in this truly intriguing country. From discovering natural wonders to marvelling at man-made structures, Jordan has so much to offer – whether you’re visiting for business or leisure.

Visiting the history-strewn country is easy with flydubai, we’ll take you directly to the capital Amman. This vibrant city is the perfect point to begin your adventure. Our cheap flights to Jordan cater to all different budgets, with both Economy and Business Class tickets available.


Your journey to Jordan begins at your departure airport, at flydubai we work hard to ensure you embark on your trip as efficiently as possible. Online check-in is available at most of our destinations around the world, helping you save time at the airport. Otherwise, simply head to one of our counters where a member of our friendly team will check you in.

Once in the air, you’ll find there’s plenty to do onboard. Play with your personal touchscreen and you’ll find it’s loaded with movies, TV shows, games and music to keep you entertained. Most of our aircraft are also fitted with award-winning WiFi, enabling you to stay connected as you cruise towards Jordan. Also, you can treat yourself to some duty free shopping, with our onboard collection of jewellery, perfume, toys, and more.

If your flight to Jordan is more than three hours, pre-order a hot meal from our globally-inspired menu. Whether you’re flying as the sun rises or sets, you can indulge in a range of delicious food. If your flight is shorter or you’d prefer a lighter option, a variety of snacks and drinks are also readily available to buy throughout your flight to Jordan.

Things to do

Float on water


Jordan is home to the lowest point on earth, as the Dead Sea lies 400 metres below sea level. Travel to this unique location with its intense blue waters and bob around the lake, supported solely by the density of the salt water.

Soak up ancient architecture


Overlooking Amman, the majestic Citadel is one of Jordan’s most historically rich sites. Discover different slices of the past, with artefacts dating from the Bronze Age to the Roman era - don’t miss the Temple of Hercules and Umayyad Palace.

Discover Jordanian desert life


Venture to Wadi Rum in southern Jordan to experience the country’s stunning desert. Sheer mountains, red dunes, and weathered sandstone make for a dramatic day trip.

A guide to Jordan

Unlock a country brimming with colourful history when you book a flight to Jordan. This jewel of the Middle East tempts visitors with its ancient castles, panoramic landscapes, and rich culture.


Take a trail through time

Empires from all over Europe and the Middle East have left their mark on Jordan and it’s still visible to see today. The Roman city of Jerash has a medley of historical sites, from the striking 2nd-century Hadrian’s Arch, to the beautiful remains of the Temple of Zeus. Visit Bethany-Beyond-The-Jordan to explore what is thought to be the baptism site of Jesus, with 11 Byzantine churches nestled near to the River Jordan. Your trip to Jordan wouldn’t be complete without seeing Petra in all its ancient glory. Start at the magical Al-Khazneh, the grand entrance to the hidden city carved from rose-tinted sandstone. Continue further into the iconic UNESCO World Heritage Site and find beautiful architecture at every turn.


Admire geographical splendour

Jordan’s lands vary at different marks of the compass. Although primarily comprised of arid desert regions, particularly in the east, you’ll find the north is filled with ancient pine forests, lush valleys and hillsides rich with olive and fig trees. On the southern coast, Aqaba beckons with the warm waters of the Red Sea. It’s a place of pure paradise for divers, where turtles, coral reefs and pretty schools of fish lie beneath the surface. Neighbouring the Dead Sea, Jordan’s most spectacular river canyon, Wadi Mujib, is built for adventure. Go gorge walking and hiking, taking in the impressive canyons, dramatic waterfalls, and beautiful rock pools.

Indulge in Jordanian gastronomy

Whichever part of the country you visit, make sure you sample mansaf before you depart – the national dish of Jordan. Succulent lamb is cooked in jameed, a dry goat yoghurt sauce, topped with fried nuts and served with fragrant rice and khubz - Arabic flatbread. This traditional Bedouin feast is best indulged beneath the desert stars.

Useful information


Ahead of your trip to Jordan, it’s important to check you have the right visa documentation in place. Contact your embassy before your depart - whether you need a visa or not will depend on your home country.


While in Jordan, you’ll use the 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.


Temperatures can vary wildly in Jordan, particularly in desert regions. From January to February, temperatures are known to dip to 9°C, whereas during summer months, highs of 36°C have been recorded.

Getting around

Taxis, buses and mini buses are all available in Jordan, meaning you can get around fairly easily. If you want to explore the country further, there are plenty of places where you can hire a car.

Airport information

If you book a flight to Jordan with flydubai, we’ll take you to Queen Alia International Airport (AMM), 32km south of Amman.

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