Amman Queen Alia International Airport (IATA: AMM, ICAO: OJAI) (Matar al-Malikah 'Alya' ad-Dowaly) is located in Zizya area,
20 miles (32km) south of Amman, the capital city of Jordan. It is the home hub of Royal Jordanian Airlines, the national flag carrier.
The airport is named after Queen Alia, the third wife of King Hussein of Jordan.
In March of 2013 the old terminal closed and the new terminal opened.
Shopping Facilities: There is a comprehensive Duty and Tax Free offering in the airside areas.
In the landside areas there is a range of retail outlets which includes CTN, souvenirs, bookshops, and specialist Arabic pastry offers.
The new building offers a more spacious duty free area, vastly improved food & beverage offerings, increased business and VIP lounges as well as additional
office and storage space. It's capacity is 9 million travelers per year.
Medical Facilities: There is a 24/7 medical center available for all airport users.
Transportation: Airport Taxi and Express busses are available 24/7, in addition to Rent-a-Car offices.
Disabled Facilities: are available including wheel chairs, lifts, toilets and special assistance personnel.
Car Parking: 6 parking lots can accommodate up to 1392 cars.