Cheap Flights to Amman


The city of Amman holds many surprises for its visitors. From the Roman Amphitheatre, art galleries or terrace cafes to the most delectable cuisine, luxurious hotels or open-air souks, there is so much explore in the city. If you are planning a trip to Amman and looking for cheap flights to Amman from London, Crystal Travel offers you a chance to save money on flight booking. With an experience of more than 30 years, we are your preferred travel portal that provides the cheapest flight tickets and the most attractive airfare deals to several world destinations.


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Things you should know


  • The aerial distance from London, UK to Amman is 2,277 miles.
  • There are around 43 flights from London to Amman in a week.
  • Popular Airlines from London to Amman are Ryanair, Laudamotion, Ukraine Intl Air, Pegasus Airlines, British Airways, Turkish Airlines, MEA, Lufthansa and Egypt Air.
  • Airport codes flights from London to Amman are London – LON / Amman – AMM.
  • Estimated flying time from London to Amman is 5 hours 32 minutes.


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Crystal Travel is committed to provide the best airfare deals and the cheapest London to Amman flight tickets so that you enjoy exploring this destination hurdle-free and without any worry. Search for flights to Amman with our fast search engine and compare the fares across all airlines enlisted on our website. If you are not rigid with you travel dates, you can save even more money as airlines adjust their prices according to day and time one decides to book a flight. Book your flights on the cheapest day of the week. It is noted that weekday flights are cheaper than the weekend flights. Book cheap flights from London to Amman with Crystal Travel to save money on flight bookings and spend it further on hotels and transportation in the city.  



About Amman


Amman, the capital city of Jordan is a perfect introduction not only Jordan but also the entire middle east. Mostly a creation of the 20th century, it lacks the history and architectural tapestry of its neighbour cities but there’s plenty to see here, so linger awhile before making your way to the world-renowned sites of Petra, Wadi Rum or the Dead Sea. It is a pleasant city with unexpected charm that wins the hearts of the travellers. Enjoy the Middle East experience as you explore its spectacular roman ruins, world-class museums, and numerous cafes and art galleries. The city is humming with mosques, souks and coffeehouses central to the Jordanian life. Book your tickets to Amman to experience the best of this wonderful city and peek into the traditional side.



Best Time to Visit Amman


Amman has a warm climate throughout the year, even during winter. The months from June to August are the hottest with a maximum temperature of 32C. The best time to visit the city is between March and May, and from September to early November, when the weather is pleasant and not excessively hot. The period between December and February is the coldest. During Ramadan, many tourists from gulf travel to Amman for the milder weather and Iftar celebrations.


High Season: December is the most popular time to fly to Amman.


Low Season: September is the best time to beat the crowds.



Best Places to Visit in Amman


Citadel: Situated on the highest hill in Amman of Jebel Al Qala’a, Citadel is the site of ancient Rabbath-Ammon which has been occupied since the Bronze Age.  Surrounded by a 1700m-long wall, it was rebuilt several times during the Bronze and Iron Ages. Citadel was also renovated during the Roman, Byzantine and Umayyad periods. The Temple of Hercules and the Ummayad Palace are the most striking sights here.


Darat Al Funun: Located in the north of the downtown area, Darat Al Funun is a cultural haven dedicated to the contemporary art with an art gallery featuring Jordanian and other Arab artists, a library and a workshop for sculptors and painters.


Royal Automobile Museum: Located in the north-western suburbs, north of 8th Circle, the museum displays classic cars and motorbikes from the personal collection of King Hussein. Vehicles range from pre-1950s glories to modern sports cars including the regal Rolls-Royces with accounts of presidential visits, Hollywood stars and monarchs. 


Jordan Museum: One of the best in the Middle East, the Jordan Museum is located next to the City Hall and exhibits Jordan's history from the Nabataean civilisation to the cusp of the modern era. The main attractions include the oldest-known human statues and a host of remains from Petra.


Qasr Al Abad: One of the very few examples of pre-Roman construction in Jordan The palace of Qasr Al Abad remains impressive but not much is known about this place. Many believe that it was built as a fortified palace by the Hyrcanus of the powerful Jewish Tobiad family.


Roman Theatre: The most impressive remnant of Roman Philadelphia, the restored Roman Theatre is the highlight of Amman for most travellers. With a seating capacity of 6000, the theatre was built in the 2nd century AD during the reign of Antoninus Pius.


Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts: Providing an introduction to the world of Islamic art, it displays a series of contemporary Jordanian painting, sculpture and pottery. It highlights art from Middle East and the wider Muslim world.



Airports Serving London & Amman


London: London is served by six airports including London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN) and London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). London Heathrow Airport is the largest airport with the maximum air traffic. The airport features lounge area, WiFi services, food courts, shops and restaurants. Shopping facility is also available at the airport.  One can use public transport such as buses, taxicabs and airport shuttle to reach hotel from the airport.


Amman: Amman is served by Amman Queen Alia International Airport (AMM), which is located 20 miles to the south of the city centre. The airport is equipped with a medical centre as well as great shopping facilities. You can either take an Express Bus or an Airport Taxi from Queen Alia International Airport to reach your hotel in the city. Another way is to hire a car. Amman Airport has car hire facilities with ample parking space.


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