EasyJet and Ryanair resuming flights to Amman and Aqaba, tourism starts showing signs of recovery.
Planning to visit Jordan now that the pandemic is behind us? Low-cost airlines are ready to resume flights.
Although Jordan Tourism Board’s managing director announced the news that both EasyJet and Ryanair will be resuming flights to Amman and Aqaba starting in October, flights schedules were brought forward and started in July with Ryanair’s direct route to Paphos, Cyprus and will expand to cover all the usual Ryanair routes through Amman, with convenient direct flights at very competitive prices.
This comes at a time when infections are coming under control, and vaccinations in Jordan are gathering pace. The government also announced the easing of curfew hours (which will only be from midnight till 6 am daily). It is expected that tourism will be recovering nicely starting from September of this year.
Jordan has also been recently listed as a safe destination by the EU, which means that flights to and from Jordan will no longer be restricted, and quarantines will not be required for visitors returning home to the EU after visiting Jordan. If you are looking for suitable flights to Jordan, then this is one of the best tools for finding flights to Jordan.
This may be the perfect time to book your tour to Jordan, while you can still experience this amazing destination with our award-winning personalised services before mass tourism kicks in.