Book a flight from Dubai International Airport to Queen Alia International Airport in Amman and arrive in just over three and a half hours with flydubai.
Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, reaching this contemporary city in Jordan is a fuss-free experience with flydubai. Hi-tech aircraft, a welcoming crew and a wide range of flights – choose flydubai and for a speedy, comfortable journey to the bustling Amman.
The experience doesn’t end at Dubai’s well-equipped airport - extend the enjoyment onboard your flydubai flight, with aircraft that stock a wide range of duty free, snacks and drinks. Settle into your seat, which has been designed for optimum comfort, and explore the in-flight tech. Every passenger has their own personal touchscreen, with films, TV shows and games. Hot meals can be pre-ordered to enjoy onboard, plus you can browse flydubai’s duty-free collection containing jewellery, watches, perfume and much, much more.
Depart from Dubai International Airport (DXB), a state-of-the-art facility that seamlessly connects the world by air travel. Very close to Dubai’s city centre, travelling from DXB is easy and efficient. You can either check-in online when departing from Dubai, or use one of the airport’s counter or self-service kiosks upon arrival.
Once through security, explore DXB’s range of services and amenities - or refuel at a wide selection of restaurants. You can also enjoy free Wi-Fi available while waiting for your flight.
On arrival in Amman, you’ll find there are plenty of transfer options to choose from. Taxis can easily be booked or hop onto the city’s bus service which operates every 30 minutes between the airport and midtown Amman. If you’re looking to hire a car while in the city, flydubai has a wide selection to choose from – whether you need a nifty four-seater or a sizeable SUV.
Visit Jordan’s bustling capital and you’ll find a hotbed of modern culture. There’s coffee shops galore, an array of art galleries and restaurants serving up all manners of cuisine. But there’s still plenty to whet the appetite of history lovers, with a beautifully restored Roman theatre and Amman’s citadel, home to the Roman Temple of Hercules and Umayyad Palace.