Cheap Flight Deals From Amman (AMM) to Jeddah (JED) Starting at $143

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Airfares from $143 One Way, $210 Round Trip from Amman to Jeddah

Prices starting at $210 for return flights and $143 for one-way flights to Jeddah were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

More About Flying To Jeddah from Amman

Route Information for Flights from Amman to Jeddah

Origin Airport IATA Code AMM
Destination Airport IATA Code JED
Distance 721 mi
Direct Flight Airlines flynas, Saudia, Kenya Airways, Royal Jordanian
Earliest Flight Arrival 4:00AM UTC
Latest Flight Arrival 4:25PM UTC

Traveling from Amman to Jeddah

Flying From Amman

Amman is the capital city of Jordan, and it has a population of over 2.8 million. Serving this large population is the Queen Alia International Airport, located about 20 miles from the city center, and the Amman City Airport in East Amman. Cheap flights from Amman can be found using Orbitz.com, and international flights will likely depart from the Queen Alia Airport. The smaller Amman City Airport only handles military and domestic flights, with some routes available to nearby countries. Some of the air carriers operating out of the Queen Alia Airport include British Airways, Lufthansa, Royal Jordanian and Austrian Airlines.

Parking at Queen Alia International Airport

Parking is available at the airport on both a short-term and long-term basis. The long-term car park is a guarded area off the access road, with space for 680 vehicles. Transportation is provided from the lot to the terminal by shuttle van every 10 minutes. There are four short-term parks available near the terminals.

Transportation to Queen Alia International Airport

Transportation to the airport is provided by taxi service or public bus service. The taxis are metered, with costs of around $28 for the approximately 25-minute ride from the city to the airport. The buses are considerably less costly, with fares of around $2 for the 35-minute ride from city center.

A Meal Before Leaving

For those looking to have a meal before leaving on one of the available cheap flights from Amman, 32 North at the Grand Hyatt Amman serves a delicious breakfast buffet featuring omelets and waffles. For a more traditional meal, Diwan Shahrayar in the Le Royal Hotel Amman offers several traditional Arabic favorites.

Airports in Jeddah

Getting flights to Jeddah doesn't have to be a cumbersome task. Orbitz.com allows travelers to book flights and hotels, often at steep discounts. The primary airport operating in Jeddah is the King Abdulaziz Airport. Located just 11.8 miles north of Jeddah, it is convenient for tourists and business travelers alike. Several international airlines travel to the airport, including British Airways, Egypt Air, Middle East Airlines, Singapore Airlines, and several others.

Transportation from the Airport

Rental car services are available straight from the airport terminal. Passengers can book rentals before leaving home through Orbitz.com online services. Booking online is often the best choice for the budget conscious traveler because it is possible to get deals on car rentals, as well as hotels and return flights.

Weather in Jeddah

Jeddah has a dry, warm climate with temperatures ranging from 106◦F in the summer to 61◦F in the winter. Therefore, tourists can pack lightly with shorts, tanks, and other warm weather gear all year. Sunscreen is also a good idea, especially when traveling in the summer months.

Activities in Jeddah

Any vacation planner will want to make an itinerary of Jeddah's most famed tourist destinations, and there is something exciting for anyone. Those who want to add a little culture to their vacation will love the Naseef House, a fully restored home set amongst the ruins of Jeddah's former trading district. There is also the Al-Tayibat City Museum for International Civilisation, a sprawling 300 room palace full of artifacts from times gone by. Those more interested in fine dining will appreciate the Asian seafood provided at Green Island. This restaurant actually sits on top of the water with green panels making up the floor so diners can view the sea life down below. Add to this a stunning natural landscape, and it's easy to see why world travelers catch flights to Jeddah all year round.

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