Air France stylized as AIRFRANCE was established 7 October 1933. It is a subsidiary of Air France KLM Group headquartered at Tremblay-en-France. It is also known as to be French Flag Carrier. It is a founding member of Sky Team. In year 2013 it has covered 35 destinations in France and 164 destinations in other 93 countries. In year 2011 it carried about 59,513,000 passengers. Its fleet size is 250. Both domestic and international destinations are covered by this airline. The main international destinations which are covered by it are as follows: Chicago to Paris (ORD - CDG), New York to Frankfurt (JFK - FRA), New York to Madrid (JFK - MAD), New York to Barcelona (JFK - BCN), Atlanta to Frankfurt (ATL - FRA), Los Angeles to Papeete (LAX - PPT)
The capital city of Jordan, Amman is known for a unique blend of modern and traditional. The downtown area of this city presents some of the finest heritage sites and places of tourist attractions. Most of downtown is surrounded by modern urban development, including upscale residential neighbourhoods, stylish cafes, bars and restaurants. During Amman trip, travellers can explore the traditional souks, museums and monuments in Jabal Amman, visit the Temple of Hercules in the Citadel Hill, discover the grandeur of the Roman Theatre or behold the sight of Abu Darweesh Mosque, an unusually designed structure. Food aficionados would love visiting this city as it offers an eclectic mix of dining options, ranging from falafel joints to chic restaurants, French bistros and fast-food joints. The western part of the city is known for its liberal attitude and visitors on an Amman tour would come across plenty of nightclubs, discotheques and shisha lounges here. A number of upscale malls dot this developing Arabic metropolis, making it a travel hotspot for many. Presenting a unique cultural diversity, rich heritage and fast development pace, this city invites travellers to explore the finest of the Arab world. MakeMyTrip provides an array of personalised Amman tour packages to suit varied needs of travellers.