Cheap flights to Jordan

Top Cities to Visit in Jordan

Cheap round-trip flights to Jordan

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Royal Jordanian

Why You Should Take a Flight to Jordan

With a reputation for hospitality and dotted with Unesco World Heritage Sites, Jordan is an oasis of calm in a troubled region. Discover lost cities, desert landscapes and traditional lifestyles in this quintessential Middle Eastern country.

 

When to Book Flights to Jordan

Jordan is generally considered a year-round destination but even for a small country there can be quite a big variation in weather. At some points of year, you can play in the snow in the mountains and top up your tan on the Red Sea on the same day.

Spring is probably the best time to visit, with comfortable temperatures, wildflowers and lush landscapes. Summers can be scorching and winters chilly, especially in the mountains.

Prices can vary but you can still find cheap flights to Jordan even in the spring high season.

 

How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Jordan

If you have one specific airline in mind, use the filter menu on the left side of the page to refine your search.

To find even more great bargains, click the ‘Nearby airports’ button under the search bars or ‘Show flexible dates’ above your flight results to see what’s available from other convenient airports and on different days.

 

UK Departures to Jordan

There are flights from the UK to a choice of destinations in Jordan, including:

 

Main Airports in Jordan

There are two international airports in Jordan. Of the two, Queen Alia is the largest and main international hub. It is located around 20 miles to the south of the capital Amman and has been recently overhauled into a state-of-the-art terminal and one of the best airports in the Middle East.

King Hussein International Airport is located outside the city of Aqaba and is a small air hub with an annual capacity of one million passengers. There are international connections to the UK, Turkey, Germany, Denmark and more.

 

Which Airlines Fly to Jordan?

A choice of carriers operates direct and indirect services between the UK and Jordan.

These include:

 

How to Get to and Around Jordan

There are only limited domestic air services available in Jordan so the best way to get around is by road. The JETT bus company has services connecting major cities such as Amman and Aqaba, and private bus companies cover other areas of the country. Regular and service taxis are another option, and are generally in good condition.

 

What are the Must-sees in Jordan?

The ancient ruins at Petra are Jordan’s biggest tourist draw and a must for anyone visiting the country. It is one of the world’s most treasured Unesco sites and has been voted one the ‘New Seven Wonders of the World’.

The Wadi Rum is everything you would expect of a desert valley, with vast rocky canyons and unforgiving terrain. Then head to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, with its intense blue waters known for their skin-friendly properties.

 

Tips for Travelling in Jordan

Jordan is three hours ahead of GMT and uses the dinar as its currency.

Single entry visas valid for one month are available at the airports and main border crossings for a small fee.

 

Frequently asked questions