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Amman is the capital of Jordan which lies in a key junction of Middle East and is one of the fastest growing cities in the Middle East. Amman is the cultural, political and economic hub of Jordan and is the gateway to the country’s fabled tourism attractions like the famous Petra. Amman has a unique charm with a heady mix of modern and traditional architecture. Amman has several layers of history which is still evident in its roman ruins, different cultures, art galleries, souks and a cosmopolitan culture. Amman is also an amazing place to explore, mingle with the friendly locals and enjoying mouthwatering Arabic cuisine. Amman is also the main base for exploring the classic destinations of Jordan like Petra and many more. Amman is full of life with great shopping avenues. Crowded souks narrow alleys with aromas and flavours emanating from every corner is a big attraction for any shopper in Amman.
The best time to visit Amman is during the spring months of March to May when the weather is ideal for outdoors and exploring the hidden treasures and ruins of Jordan. The summer months from June to September is generally hot with a very high average maximum temperature. The winter months from November to February are cold and wet.
There are several things to do in Amman. Stroll in the narrow alleys and crowded streets of the markets of Amman and mingle with the locals. Enjoy a memorable sunset from the citadel viewpoint and a traditional musical performance at the Hussain Culture Centre. Explore the night market of Abdali and do taste the delicious Arabic dishes. You can also enjoy exploration of the very renowned lost city of Petra and see its UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Treasury which is now considered as one of the seven wonders of the world.
Amman’s Queen Alia International airport is the primary international gateway of Jordan and is the hub of official airline carrier Royal Jordanian Airlines. The airport is very well connected by regional flights and major international airlines. The airport has undergone major upgrades and improvements and is now considered as one of the most efficient and well managed international airports of the region.
The Amman-Marka International Airport, also referred to as the Amman Civil Airport, serves the cities of Amman and Palestine. It is located nearly three kilometers away from the city center, and mainly offers chartered flights as well as VIP private flights. The airport also serves as a hub for the country’s aviation education and training. It started its operations in the year 1950 as a military as well as civilian airport, and till the year 1983, the Amman-Marka International Airport was the main airport for Jordan. Residing at an elevation of 2,555 feet above mean sea level, the airport has a single Asphalt based runway that measures 10,745 feet in length. There are separate terminals for passengers and for cargo operations. The airport is well equipped for easing the transit for passengers, providing them with cutting edge amenities, spacious lounges and VIP terminals, as well as other services.
The charter flights to Amman-Marka International Airport are available from Baghdad, Istanbul, Najaf, Dubai and Aqaba, through Jordan Aviation. Even Palestinian Airlines offers flights to Amman-Marka International Airport from El-Arish. Other airlines that service the airport include Royal Wings, Petra Airlines, Arab Wings, etc. The cargo operations are carried out by Jordan International Air Cargo, which offers connectivity to parts of Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.The Queen Alia International Airport is the largest and busiest airport of Jordan, and is located more than 30 kilometers away from the city of Amman in Zizya. The airport has been named in order to honor the memory of the third wife of the late king Hussein of Jordan, Queen Alia. It is perched atop an elevation of 2,395 feet above mean sea level, and has two separate runways, one paved with concrete and the other paved with asphalt. Both the runways measure 12,008 feet in length.The airport is home to Jordan’s primary airlines, Royal Jordanian Airlines; along with being the primary hub for several others air carriers and airlines including Petra Airlines, Jordan Aviation, Royal Wings, and Royal Falcon.