Jordan Transport - by Air Last updated on
Monday 17th May 2010
Jordan has two airports; Aqaba and Queen Alia International (situated 32km from the centre of Amman). Royal Jordanian is Jordan's official airline. Outside the airline terminals, there are always plenty of taxis available to take travelers to their destinations.
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