Easy to book Queen Alia International Airport (AMM) car rentals
Car rental at Queen Alia International Airport with VIP Cars means wider rental options and exclusive selection of rental deals. Working with suppliers located at AMM Airport, we present you an excellent rental booking platform where you can compare top car rentals from different brands for same location to pick the one suiting your budget or car requirements.
Better prices, wider fleet and secure as well as instant booking inadvance means hassle free commuting upon arrival at Queen Alia International Airport.
Car rental suppliers at AMM Airport
VIP Cars works in alliance with the most trusted and reliable international suppliers to bring you the widest range of rental cars in top notch conditions. Some of our suppliers in Amman include -
- Ace Rent a Car
- Dollar Rent A Car
- Thrifty Car Rental
- Sixt rent a car
- Europcar Car Hire
- Alamo Rent A Car
Benefits of renting a car with VIP Cars for AMM Airport
In order to make the driving experience in Amman smooth and hassle free, VIP Cars offers the following inclusions in your car rental deals for Amman Airport -
- Collision Damage Waiver
- Theft Waiver
- Airport surcharge
- Local taxes
- Unlimited Mileage
When you're at the rental desk at the Queen Alia International Airport, you will need the following documents in order to collect your vehicle -
- Rental voucher
- Driving licence
- Credit card in the name of the driver
- Identity proof (preferably passport)
Any additional documents that may be required at the time of pickup will be specified in the 'terms and conditions’ slip which will be sent along the car rental confirmation voucher.
One-way rental / different drop-off location
One way rental is definitely possible but it depends on the supplier of your car rental. The customer is advised to confirm the charges for a pickup service, if applicable, before booking as the charges for pickup depend on the distance and the timings.
The renter can also choose to drop off their vehicle at a location other than the one specified in the voucher, but only after confirming with the concerned supplier. Our suppliers have various offices in Amman and its surrounding cities where the renter can choose to drop off their rental car according to their plans and convenience.
Choose the perfect rental car for your trip to Amman
When you hire a car in Amman with VIP Cars, you get to choose from a variety of options to make your journey comfortable. Multiple filters are available on the booking page where you can browse and select the best features for your Amman Airport car rental and make the best choice for your journey. Some of these choices include -
Amman - The capital city of Jordan is one of the most modern and liberal Arab cities. It is also the epicentre of the country in terms of economy, politics and culture. Amman is definitely an interesting place for travellers and also very well organised. Before landing in Amman via the Queen Alia International Airport, make sure you book a car rental in advance to make your trip smooth and comfortable, while saving money as well!
Amman welcomes millions of visitors every year and offers them a mix of modern culture and tradition. The capital of Jordan is in no way disappointing as a vacation city despite the heavy political and economic influence. The city is filled with museums and art galleries to cater to the intellect and culture loving tourists, and has almost everything else for everyone else.
Hire a car with VIP Cars before you land at the Queen Alia International Airport and save both time and money!
An overview of information about Queen Alia International Airport
Officially known as Queen Alia International Airport, it is named after Queen Alia, the third wife of the former King Hussein of Jordan. The airport has a single terminal building and two runways and serves 7 million passengers on average yearly. The roof of the terminal has 127 domes and is inspired by Bedouin tents. The airport is open 24 hours a day.
The airport is located in Zizya, which is 30 km south of Amman. A shuttle bus service runs between Amman and the airport 24x7 every 30 minutes.
A separate shuttle service is also available to transport passengers between the terminal and the parking area.
|Address:||Amman, Queen Alia Int´l PO Box 39225, Amman, Jordan|
Expect something subtly different in Amman, which unlike the other neighboring Arab capitals, came quite late into existence. Nevertheless, the Jordanian capital, clearly bifurcated into 2 distinct parts – West and East –, stupendously glides over and above your expectations. From plush residential blocks to authentic Middle Eastern villages, and from a lively downtown to the classic Roman ruins, Amman preserves everything with due diligence. Check out the names of most popular tourist attractions in Amman:
An impressive and one of the most famous tourist attractions of Amman, existence of the Roman Theater can be traced back to the 2nd century. Having a seating capacity of nearly 6,000 people, the theater underwent a massive restoration and end the result will leave you spellbound. Try to reach there early in the morning if you want to click pictures in a perfectly naturally lit environment. Seek information on upcoming live concerts from the nearby tourist office as the Roman Theater continues to host events.
A majestic fortress of the Bronze Age, Amman Citadel is built atop a hill at an approximate elevation of 850 meters from the sea level. Surrounded by a wall that runs along its boundaries, the Citadel features several interesting artifacts, with the Ummayad Palace and the Roman Temple of Hercules garnering maximum public attention. This imposing citadel also happens to be an ideal location to capture panoramic views of the city's downtown area.
King Abdullah I Mosque
An iconic landmark of Jordan, the King Abdullah I Mosque can accommodate more than 7,000 individuals. While its blue dome and the Islamic Museum situated inside the mosque attract tourists all round the year, the fact that it remains the only mosque in Amman to allow non-Muslims inside its complex also contributes immensely to its popularity. Keep in mind that special clothing, which is available outside the mosque, is required to get inside.
Jordan Archaeological Museum
A worth mentioning tourist attraction of Amman, the Jordan Archaeological Museum came into existence in 1951. Situated within the Amman Citadel, the Archaeological Museum showcases a rare collection of artifacts from the prehistoric times. Kept in a chronological order, the museum's collection includes metal, flint, glass, and pottery objects, coins, statues, and jewelery. You can also visit the nearby located campus of the University of Jordan.
Royal Automobile Museum
Truly a feast for the eyes of automobile enthusiasts, the Royal Automobile Museum is situated alongside the Al Hussein Public Parks in Amman. Attracting tourists in large numbers since its opening in 2003, the museum's exhibits include a fine collection of cars, featuring the royal vintage car models of 1916 to modern day sports cars. Tourists particularly find King Hussein's personal car collection as very fascinating.
Located about 17 km west of the Jordanian capital, Qasr Al-Abd was probably raised around 200 BCE. Believed to be a strong fortress at the time of its construction, the Qasr Al-Abd is now a massive ruin, with majority of its accompanying blocks shattered to ground due to earthquakes. The two-storey Hellenistic structure, totally made up of stone, is a rare sight to have been discovered in Jordan. Following a significant restoration work that spanned for about 6 years, the site became an impressive tourist attraction of Ammam.
Road trips you can take to cities near Amman Airport (AMM)
Amman to Madaba
The joyful market town of Madaba has the best collection of mosaics from the Byzantine era and is best toured on foot.
Distance: 36 km
Time and alternate routes
45 minutes via Madaba Al-Gharbi Street
Drive straight on the Dead Sea Road towards the Madaba Al-Gharbi Street to enter Madaba.
45 minutes via Airport Road / Route 35
Begin the drive on the Airport Road and then continue on Route 35 to reach your destination in Madaba.
45 minutes via Al-Quds St. and Madaba Al-Gharbi Street
Starting from the Omar Matar Street, move to the Al-Quds Street, then onto the Dead Sea Road and then continue on the Madaba Al-Gharbi Street to enter Madaba.
Amman to Aqaba
Mostly popular as a relaxing stopover town, everything here takes a halt for an afternoon nap.
Distance: 330 km
Time and alternate routes
3.5 hours via Desert Highway / Route 15
Start from Omar Matar Street onto Route 35, then merge onto Route 35 / Desert Highway towards Al-Hussein Bin Ali Street to reach Aqaba.
4.5 hours via Jordan Valley Highway / Route 65
Beginning from Omar Street, join the Route 65 / Jordan Valley Highway from the Dead Sea Road to head onto Aqaba.
Amman to Karak
Best known for the Kerak Castle, the small town of Al-Karak has a beautiful view of the Dead Sea and is surrounded by a valley on three sides.
Time and alternate routes
1 hour 50 minutes via the Desert Highway / Al-Karak Highway
Start driving on the Airport Road / Route 35 to the Desert Highway / Route 15, then taking the exit towards the Al-Karak Highway enter Karak.
2 hours 30 minutes via Route 35
Starting from the Airport Road / Route 35, keep driving towards the Desert Highway / Route 15, then taking the exit towards Al Lahun join the Route 35 again, entering Karak.
2 hours 40 minutes via Airport Road / Route 35
Start driving from Amman on the Airport Road and keep heading onto the Route 35 leading to Karak via the k. Hussein Street.
Amman to Jerash
Popular among tourists for the Jerash ruins that date back to the Roman age, Jerash gives high priority to arts and culture.
Distance: 53 km
Time and alternate routes
50 minutes via Al-Urdon St. and Route 35
From Omar Matar Street, get on to Al-Urdon Street via Istiqlal Street to merge onto Route 35 and enter Jerash.
55 minutes via Route 35
Start from Omar Street to Zahran Street and keep driving onto Route 35 to reach Jerash.
Amman to Balqa
The agricultural governorate is known for its small industries and beautiful fertile mountains.
Distance: 30 km
Time and alternate routes
55 minutes via Salt Highway / Route 30
Beginning from Omar Matar Street, follow Yathreb Street to join Route 30 / Salt Highway and take the exit towards Q. Rania Street to reach Balqa.
45 minutes via Route 30
Start from Omar Matar Street, then head onto Q. Rania Street while driving on Route 30 to enter Balqa.
45 minutes via Zahran Street / Route 30
From Omar Matar Street, drive onto Zahran Street and merge onto Route 30 to reach Balqa.
Car rental FAQs about Amman Airport (AMM)
What happens if my flight is delayed?
When you enter your flight details at the time of booking your car rental for Amman Airport, the suppliers usually keep a track of your arrival. But it is still advised that you call and inform the supplier of the delay otherwise you may have to pay extra for out-of-hour pickup service.
What is the age limit to rent a car in Amman?
To rent and drive a car in Amman, you must be between 21 and 70 years of age and you will also need a valid driving licence. Most car rental suppliers charge extra if the driver is below 25 and above 65, which can be confirmed with the specific supplier before booking your vehicle.
Is it possible to drive my Amman car rental out of the country?
Driving your rental car out of Jordan depends on the supplier that you have rented the vehicle from. The details of border crossing, extra charges and documentations are mentioned in the confirmation voucher sent to you after the booking. The same can also be inquired by directly calling the car supplier.
How can I customize my car rental for Amman Airport?
VIP Cars offers a choice of additional extras that can be added to your car rental which will add more comfort to your journey. These extras include navigation systems, child seats, booster seats and also additional drivers if the renter feels the need for it. These extras can be hired for an additional surcharge which varies from supplier to supplier.