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Calgary to Amman Flights

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Calgary and Amman airports and terminals

Airports in Calgary AB, CA
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    Calgary International Airport (YYC)

    Distance from City Center: 4.5 miles

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Airports in Amman , JO
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    Queen Alia Intl (AMM)

    Distance from City Center: 16 miles

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Flights to Amman

Calgary International Airport

Finding deals on flights from Calgary, Alberta, doesn't have to be hard. Orbitz.com makes it easy to find fares from several different carriers. Calgary International Airport is the airport that provides international and domestic flight service to Calgary and the surrounding regions. The airport is 11 miles northeast of the center of town. Airlines including Air Canada, British Airways and United Airlines provide service to cities all over the globe, including London, Zurich and Amsterdam. The airport handles more than 12 million passengers a year.

Transportation to Calgary International Airport

Calgary's public transportation system provides service to and from the airport. One of the routes is the Route 300 BRT Airport/City Centre Route. This bus makes limited stops from downtown by way of Centre Street. It operates from 5 a.m. until midnight seven days a week. You can pay with an $8 Calgary Transit boarding pass, or you can pay $8 cash on the bus. If you pay with cash, you need to have exact change. If you take a taxi, you can expect to pay from $40 to $45 if you start from the city center.

Parking Options at the Airport

Short-term parking at the airport is free for the first 30 minutes. After that, it's $6 for every 30 minutes for a daily maximum of $35. There are two long-term parking lots. The daily rates range from $59 to $99 per week depending on the lot you choose.

Dining at the Airport

There are dozens of dining options available at the airport, and they're available day or night. The Great Canadian Bagel in Concourse B is the place to go for fresh coffee and a hearty breakfast. The restaurant is open from first to last flight every day, so it's perfect for an early morning flight. Booking your air ticket through Orbitz.com is a good way to ensure that you're getting great deals on flights from Calgary.

Traveling to Amman

Research cheap flights to Amman through Orbitz.com and begin planning your trip to Jordan today. The Amman area is served by Queen Alia International Airport, located 20 miles south of the city. Named after the third wife of the late King Hussein of Jordan, the airport is the main hub for Royal Jordanian Airlines and welcomes visitors flying in on 28 airlines, including Air France, British Airways, easyJet and Qatar Airways.

Transportation from the Airport

The airport offers arriving passengers transportation through its own taxi service, which is available 24 hours a day. Fares are fixed through the Jordan Transport Organization Council by law, and are displayed at the taxi stand in the terminal. Orbitz.com can help you select a rental vehicle to fit your needs. For your convenience, the arrival areas of both terminals are home to six rental car agencies.

Weather in Amman

Temperatures in Amman are pleasant, for the most part, all year. High average temperatures from June through September are in the 80s. Temperatures in winter months tend to be in the mid-50s, with drops to the high 30s overnight. Rainfall occurs from October through April. If you are traveling to Amman in those months, be sure to pack an umbrella.

Things to Do in Amman

The Royal Automobile Museum in Amman is a popular attraction for those who want to see the large collection of cars belonging to the late King Hussein. The Dead Sea and the lowest spot on Earth are part of a historical day tour, which explores the religious and cultural symbolism of the area. Located in the heart of Amman, a visit to the Citadel exposes visitors to remnants from cultures dating back to 1,000 BC. The city of Amman has so much to offer as a destination for world travelers, and Orbitz.com is waiting to help in your search for cheap flights to Amman.