Book flights from Abu Dhabi to Amman with Qatar Airways
Flying from Abu Dhabi
Winner of the coveted ‘Best Airport in the Middle East’ Skytrax Award for three consecutive years, Abu Dhabi airport brings together everything that you could want in a departure point.
Convenience, great facilities and friendly staff make the beginning of your journey as easy and as stress-free as possible. Shop, dine and unwind as you rediscover the joy of international travel.
Transportation and Parking
A total of 1,430 parking spaces are available, with the majority focused around Terminal 3. Here you’ll find an ultra-modern, multi-storey parking area within walking distance of both Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. It has covered, temperature controlled parking bays and air-conditioned pedestrian walkways to both terminals.
Long-term parking is available for a maximum of 60 days. The distinctive, green and white A1 buses depart from the lower curbside outside Terminals 1 and 3 and outside Terminal 2, the Cargo Building and the Police Complex. Car hire, chauffeur-driven limousines and a pick-up and collection services are all available.
Arriving at Abu Dhabi International Airport
If you are flying from Abu Dhabi with Qatar Airways then you will need to head to Terminal 1. An online check-in service is available.
To the left of the entrance gate you can pay for your parking, while airport information is situated to the right, next to the Abu Dhabi information desk.
Facilities and Amenities
Facilities in Terminal 1 are plentiful, ranging from a selection of banks and ATM points, to passenger information and visa collection points (to the right of the second entrance gate).
A selection of shops selling everything from perfume and sunglasses, to books, jewellery and fine leather goods are distributed throughout all three levels of the terminal. Cafés and food outlets serve everything from fast food to light snacks and refreshments.
Arriving in Amman
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.
It may be a relatively short distance, but flights from Abu Dhabi to Amman with Qatar Airways are not short on in-flight luxuries and comforts. We’ll provide you with some of the most comfortable and spacious seating you’ve ever enjoyed in the sky and our delicious cuisine is the finest available. Sit back, relax and let us transport you to Jordan’s capital for pleasure or business.
Amman is a great modern Arab capital city, with all the modern facilities of Western capitals but also with numerous attractive features that can only be found in the Middle East. Luxury shopping malls and atmospheric traditional markets rub shoulders here, and with haute cuisine restaurants as well as a multitude of small vendors you’ll also have plenty of culinary options to explore. Art galleries, souks and bazaars abound in this mesmerising city.