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Updated January 2023
The dark blue tint of the Dead Sea, the rose-red facade of the City of Petra, and the immaculateness of Amman the White City, the Kingdom of Jordan is nothing if not colorful. Jordan’s radiance has beckoned and enticed travellers since ancient times perfectly complemented with its boundless generosity.
Emiratis looking to travel to Jordan must naturally familiarize themselves with the latest travel guidelines and flight schedules on travelling to Jordan from the UAE.
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Flights from the UAE to Jordan
A simple search through Wego will show you the latest flight schedules, allowing you to choose the best flight deals from across several airlines.
Please note that prices and schedules are accurate at the time of writing for the months January-February 2023. Make sure to visit the airline’s official website before making your bookings.
UAE to Jordan flight schedules and ticket price
- Dubai to Amman: one direct flight available seven days a week. Ticket fares starting from AED 1,400
- Dubai to Aqaba: one connecting flight available seven days a week. Ticket fares starting from AED 1,680
- Abu Dhabi to Amman: up to two direct flights available seven days a week. Ticket fares starting from AED 930
- Dubai to Amman: three direct flights available seven days a week. Ticket fares starting from AED 1,200
- Abu Dhabi to Amman: three direct flights available seven days a week. Ticket fares starting from AED 1,060
Travelling to Jordan from the UAE
If you are flying to Jordan from the UAE, you must take note of the following entry restrictions in place:
All travellers must fill the Jordan Declaration Form and obtain the QR code that shall be presented upon boarding.
The form must be filled at least 72 hours before departure.
It is no longer required to bring a negative PCR test.
Vaccination is not required to enter Jordan.
Please note that having the QR code is a mandatory requirement to enter Jordan.
UAE travellers are not required to obtain a visa when travelling to Jordan. Citizens of the UAE may stay for up to 30 days.