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palne  BY AIR
Royal Jordanian is the national carrier.
It has direct flights from Amman and many destinations throughout Europe, the Middle East, North America and other major destinations in the world. Queen Alia International Airport: is 32km southeast of the capital, to which it is connected by a good highway (travel time - approximately 40 minutes).
There is a regular bus service to Amman every 30 minutes (travel time - approximately 50 minutes), and taxis are also available. Facilities include 24-hour duty-free shops and coffee shops, bank/bureau de change, and car hire. Marka Airport / Aqaba Airport: provides regularly scheduled and chartered air transport.
 
sayara  BY ROAD

Good and comfortable road networks connect Jordan and neighbouring countries.
Jordan/Syria The only border crossings between Jordan and Syria are in the Ramatha /Dera' areas. Ramtha on the Jordanian side is approx. 88 km north of Amman and Dera' is approx. 100 km south of Damascus.
The trip takes about 4 hours. Jordanian Jett buses and the Syrian Kernak buses connect Amman and Syria with daily regular trips. Advanced booking is recommended. Private cars with drivers and taxis also are available.

Jordan / Israel and the PNA Territories There is one direct crossing between Jordan and the Israeli occupied West Bank.
To cross from the King Hussein Bridge (also known as Allenby Bridge) a visa is required in advance. After signing the peace treaty between Jordan and Israel, two new border crossings have been opened: The Sheikh Hussein Border at the north of the Jordan Valley (near Lake Tiberias) and the Wadi Araba crossing in the South near Aqaba and Eilat (most nationalities can obtain a visa at either borders) Each open from 07:30 until 23:00 from Sunday through Thursday and 09:00 until 21:00 on Fridays and Saturdays. They usually close on Jordanian and Israeli holidays.

 
ship  BY SEA
The only port in Jordan is Aqaba. Other than the car ferry to Nuweibeh, there is a weekly passenger service to, Sharm, Suez and Jeddah. Jordan/Egypt Travelers can cross between Aqaba and the Egyptian port of Nuweibeh by a ferry. Service runs daily leaving Aqaba to Nuweibeh in the afternoon.
The one way trip takes around 3 and half hours. Speed boats are also available which cost more but take less time (1 hour).
 
train2  BY TRAIN
The Hijaz Railway train operates on the old Ottoman track that was built by the Ottomans at the beginning of the century. It runs between Amman and Damascus once a week (Monday) leaving Amman at 08:00 and arriving Damascus at 17:00. From Damascus to Amman, it leaves on Sunday at 07:30 and arrives Amman at 17:00.