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About Amman (AMM)

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.

Amman Airport Address

Queen Alia International Airport
Amman
Jordan
Tel: +962-6-445-1739

About Delhi (DEL)

"Delhi is a city which shows you two different sides of the world. One side reflects the Islamic India and other the British Raj. These two worlds can be seen in two parts of Delhi, one is 'The Old Delhi' and other is 'New Delhi'. Being the capital of India, Delhi boasts of various attractions for tourists. The city is a perfect blend of the present and past of India as here you can find the ancient heritages and historical monuments. All the attractions of this vibrant city reflect some of the most enchanting and true colours of Indian Culture. It is also a perfect place for those who want to study on various dynasties as Delhi was ruled by them in the past. With presence of the cultural beauties, Delhi is also referred as 'the Multicultural City'. To get a glace of its historical beauties, Delhi has various attractions like India Gate, Red Fort, Qutub Minar and Old Fort also known as 'Purana Qila'. The religious values and beliefs of people can be seen throughout the city as you can find number of temples, Gurudawaras and Mosques. Lotus temple, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Akshardham temple, Iscon temple, Gurudawara Seesh Ganj, Bangla sahib Gurudawara and Nizamuddin Dargah are some of the most renowned religious places in the city where you can go and worship Lords. The warm hospitality and vivacious nightlife will surely attract your attention and make you fall in love with this majestic city. Beside all these things, the finger-licking cuisines are also something which you love to talk about. You can book flights at very economical price only through MakeMyTrip India

 

Delhi Airport Address

Delhi International Airport (P) Limited
Registered Office : New Udaan Bhawan
Terminal 3
Opposite ATC Complex
International Terminal
Indira Gandhi International Airport
New Delhi - 110 037
India
Tel: + 91 11 47197001 |F: + 91 11 47197034

About Royal Jordanian Airline

Royal Jordanian Airlines is the flag carrier of Jordan with head office situated in Amman, Jordan. It offers scheduled international air services for four continents from the main hub Queen Alia International Airport. It is a member of Arab Air Carriers Organization and Oneworld; a global airline alliance. It has won the “Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation” award for "Airline Turnaround of the Year 2006" on 9 November 2006. 500 flights are operated by it on weekly basis and at least 110 flights on daily basis. About 60 destinations in 40 countries are covered by it in all over Middle East, Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.

This airline was established in 1963 but started to operate from 15 December 1963 after a royal decree by the late King Hussein. It was named after King Hussein's eldest child, Princess Alia bint Al Hussein of Jordan.