Jordan International de la Reina Alia Airport, Amman Governorate, Jordan
Amman Queen Alia International Airport is located in Zizya area, 20 miles south of Amman, the capital city of Jordan. It is the home hub of Royal Jordanian Airlines, the national flag carrier, and Jordan Aviation, Royal Falcon and Royal Wings as well.
New terminal opened in 2013, was awarded by Airport Council international as the best airport in Middle East in 2014.
Amman Airport is named after the former queen of Jordan, Queen Alia, who died in an accident in 1977. Amman Airport is the largest one in Jordan and is being used for approximately 40 airlines from around the world. Royal Jordanian airline is the busiest one with over 45 destinations worldwide. In 2017, 7,914,703 passengers used the Airport. The number of passengers is growing each year, and the traffic has doubled in the last ten years.
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