Arriving in Amman

Book one of Etihad Airways’ flights to Amman and prepare for a truly memorable experience. This city will captivate you with its energy initially and then gradually reveal its most spectacular qualities through its historic monuments and museums.

Plan Your Amman Holiday

There are many reasons to travel to Amman but one of the best is that this city was and continues to be an amazing melting pot of cultures. You can find remains from the Bronze Age and traces of the Romans or you can visit one of the most attractive and mysterious places in the world: Petra. Amman does not only have museums, temples and archaeological sites, though. Its modern character is revealed through events like the Jordan Rally, the motor race that takes place in the Jordan Valley.

In fact, the calendar of events that are celebrated in the city and surrounding areas is so extensive that it is not always easy to find cheap hotels in Amman. Accordingly, we recommend that you book in advance and that you do not miss Etihad Airways’ flight deals to Amman. Finding tickets to Amman at good prices is easier during the winter low season of October to March.

Flying from Ireland

Book your flights from Ireland to hundreds of worldwide destinations with Etihad Airways and experience exceptional comfort and luxury aboard our brand new aircrafts, each equipped with cutting edge in-flight entertainment systems.

Major Airports in Ireland

Ireland features four international airports and seven regional airports, though the relatively modest size of the Isle limits the need for domestic air travel. Of Ireland’s approximately 4.5 million inhabitants, roughly a third live within the city of Dublin and the surrounding areas, so it comes as no surprise that Dublin Airport (DUB) is the primary airport for international and domestic air travel. Opened in 1940, Dublin Airport’s two terminals service in excess of 19 million passengers each year.

Airport Transportation in Ireland

Dublin Airport is located just 10 kilometres from Dublin city centre, and is serviced by over 1,000 buses and coaches each day. Travellers can take the bus to Dublin Airport and into the city for a modest ticket price. The trip takes approximately half an hour, depending on traffic. A taxi to Dublin Airport is also available, though at greater cost with no real change in travel time. At the present time, there are no direct trains to Dublin Airport.

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Interested in Amman? Consider Al Ain

With your flights to Al Ain on Etihad Airways, you will find yourself in the beautiful Garden City where you’ll feel a distant past and return to embrace modernity all with the course of a few minutes. This land encompasses the spirit of the Emirates and preserves an ancient heritage that has earned it the designation as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Plan your Al Ain Holiday

There are a thousand reasons to travel to Al Ain: explore its modern roads in search of the most original sculptures, walk its green gardens in stark contrast to the desert that surrounds the city, look for a bargain in the old bazaar, step through the doors of its fortresses and into the past, or brave the desert sands on a camel in search of Qattara.

If you’re thinking of buying some tickets to Al Ain, keep in mind that the time preferred by residents of the nearby Abu Dhabi is the summer, so it will be harder to find flights and cheap hotels in Al Ain. It would be wise to consider a visit during the winter season when there are excellent flight deals to Al Ain and temperatures are milder.

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