Check-in zones are located in the entrance of the departures terminal.
Money exchange facilities and ATMs are located at both terminals.
Free Wi-fi is available in the departure level near the restaurants.
Baby changing facilities are located throughout the terminal both before and after security.
Left baggage facilities and lost property are operated by Royal Jordanian. See the airline for more details.
The following airlines have lounges located within the airport. For access to specific lounges, refer to your airline.
Royal Jordanian - Royal Jordanian offers the Crown Class lounge at Queen Alia International Airport. Designed for the airline's Crown Class passengers, the lounge offers an array of facilities including a business centre, resting place and eating area. Enjoy a rest in one of four sleeping rooms or simply relax in the quiet room. When in the mood, take advantage of the round-the-clock buffet serving three main meals as well as a wide selection of fruit, snacks and desserts. Drinks including a fully stocked bar staffed by a bar tender is also available.
Queen Alia International Airport is made up of three terminals; one cargo terminal and two passenger terminals. The two passenger terminals, referred to as the South Terminal and North Terminal, are connected via a transit area.
Trains and buses service the airport regularly. The Airport Express bus runs from the airport every 30 minutes during the day and takes approximately 45 minutes to an hour to reach the city.
As a major travel hub for Jordan, Queen Alia International Airport is serviced by a wide range of airlines. The following airlines reach Amman. Don't see the airline you are looking for? Talk to a consultant to book your Amman flights with your preferred airline.
There are a number of hotels located within close proximity to Queen Alia International Airport.