Book a flight from Hangzhou to Amman with Qatar Airways and relax in the elegant surroundings of one of the most comfortable and luxurious airlines in the skies. Enjoy generous personal seating with that vital extra legroom, while attentive cabin crew bring you a selection of premium services and serve you delicious cuisine throughout your flight. Amman is a bustling, exotic city, so arrive relaxed and ready to enjoy everything this vibrant destination has to offer.
Amman is a thoroughly modern city with a history that stretches back millennia, leaving many interesting ruins to see. There are for example the remains of an impressive Roman temple on top of the citadel of Jabal al-Qala’a, and the well-preserved ruins of an extensive Ummayad palace that dates from the 8th century and is famous for its grand dome. Amman also home to a Roman theatre that can seat 6,000 and is still used today.
One of the most important air transport hubs in southern China. Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport occupies a key position in the commercially important Yangtze Delta region, and is located approximately 27km from downtown Hangzhou.
Incredibly efficient and welcoming, the airport prides itself on providing passengers with an exceptional experience from the moment they walk through the doors. Customers flying from Hangzhou with Qatar Airways will find a warm and friendly welcome and a level of quiet efficiency that makes beginning any journey from this location a pleasure.
Transportation and parking
The main form of public transport linking the airport to Hangzhou and other towns and cities within Jiangsu is the dedicated airport bus service, providing fast and regular transport to and from the airport. However, those travelling with large amounts of luggage may find it easier and more convenient to take one of the many taxis.
As most drivers speak very little English or other languages, it is advisable to ask your hotel concierge to book your taxi in advance for you. Drivers can access the airport via the Airport Expressway and car parking is good, although somewhat limited. Short-stay provisions are relatively close to the terminals, while long-term car parking is a little further away, and connected to the airport via shuttle buses.
At the airport
Customers flying from Hangzhou with Qatar Airways depart from Terminal A, the International terminal Departures level. With 48 check-in counters, processing should be relatively quick, although as with all international airports security can be very tight. So allow extra time before your flight is due to board to clear customs and security checks.
Facilities and amenities
The airport has a reasonable selection of facilities for passengers, including some retail outlets selling locally made goods and standard travel accessories. Duty Free is also available, and the airport is opening up more retail outlets to cater for an increasing demand from international travellers. Food and drink ranges from light snacks and drinks to more substantial meals. Wi-Fi may be available in some areas of the airport, but connectivity can be ssporadic.
Capital of the ancient Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Amman is an extraordinary juxtaposition of traditional and modern. Vibrant, energetic and with a distinctly cosmopolitan air, it’s one of the most progressive cities in the region.
Book a flight to Amman with Qatar Airways and you’ll quickly discover just how exciting this progressive destination can be.
Amman has chosen to embrace the 21st century, and while it is packed with ancient temples, ruins and beautiful mosques, it is also a city that focuses on art and literature. However, Amman also has its traditional side, and celebrates its history and culture in museums and beautifully preserved monuments.
The Citadel is located on Amman’s highest hill, Jebel al-Qala’a and is the location of the modern city’s predcessor, Rabbath-Ammon. It is surrounded by a beautifully preserved wall, but its most striking features are the Temple of Hercules and the Ummayad Palace.
To get a better understanding of the history of Amman, visit the Jordan museum located next to City Hall. This internationally renowned museum is packed full of artefacts from as far back as the Bronze age, and helps visitors understand the context of many of the city’s monuments and ruins such as the Roman amphitheatre.
King Abdullah’s mosque is a must-see for its stunning blue dome and its Islamic museum, while Darat al Funun or 'small house of the arts' in Jabal el Weibdeh is an intimate art gallery that demonstrates the city’s love of culture and beauty.
Flights to Amman with Qatar Airways land at Queen Alia International Airport.
Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure. Before you fly to Amman please check the visa and passport requirements.
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