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Transportation from Amman Airport

Krystof Hajek updated 21. 3. 2024

The airport is accessible by a special bus service to the centre of Amman. You can also take advantage of many car rental services.

Car rental

Jordan is an ideal country for road-trips. Public transport is not very extensive, but the network of roads will take you to all the places of tourist value.

The arrivals terminal houses a large number of car rental companies, including multinational brands. Even with competition, prices are relatively low and weekly rentals start at around 160 eur.

Bus to Amman

Public transport is catered for by the Sariyah Express bus service. It stops in Amman at Tabarbour North Bus Station and you can get off or on at 5 other stops during your journey, see map below.

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Ticket for 3,3 jod can be purchased at the kiosk in the arrivals hall marked "Airport Bus". When travelling to the airport from the bus station, buy your ticket from the ticket office, or from the driver when travelling from other stops.

The journey to the airport from the bus station takes 45-60 minutes depending on traffic.

Buses run at intervals of 30-60 minutes from 6:15 to 0:00 in the direction of the airport, or 24/7 in the direction of the airport.

For exact departure times from the airport and North Bus Station, please visit the official website: sariyahexpress.com/airport-express.

Taxi

The normal price of a taxi to the city centre is around 23 jod. Back from the city centre to the airport should be no problem to arrange for regular city taxis as well 15 jod.

Uber also operates in Amman, but they normally only run Comfort cars to the airport and the price is around 32 jod.

Krystof Hajek

Krystof is the editor-in-chief of Cestee. He is also an avid traveller with 574 flights and 73 countries visited.

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