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Airlines Serving Amman International Airport

The Queen Alia International Airport has several different airlines that use it as a travelling hub. They support mostly passenger flights and have two terminals for this, as well as a third terminal for cargo flights. Three airlines us Queen Alia International Airport for cargo purposes: Cargolux, Royal Jordinian Cargo, and Turkish Airlines Cargo.

There are over 20 passenger airlines available at Queen Alia International Airport. The airlines that fly into Queen Alia are as follows: Afriqiyah Airways, Air Algerie, Air Arabia, Air Arabia Egypt, Air France, Alitalia, Arkia Israel Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Bahrain Air, British Airways, Cyprus Airways, EasyJet, EgyptAir, EgyptAir, Etihad Airways, FlyDubai, Iraqi Airways, Gulf Air, Jazeera Airways, Kuwait Airways, Libyan Airlines, Lufthansa, Middle East Airlines, Nas Air, Oman Air, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, Saudia, Sudan Airways, Syrian Air, TAROM, Transaero Airlines, Turkish Airlines, UM Airlines, and Yemenia.

Most of these passenger airlines only offer one flight from Queen Alia to other countries as a connecting, international flight. The locations are widely varied and all over the world, from Damascus to London to Vienna. Royal Jordanian airways offers the most destinations to passengers, at a total of 56 locations that connect through Queen Alia. Most of the airlines in Queen Alia fly into Terminal 2 for flights. The only passenger airlines that fly into Terminal 1 are Royal Jordanian, Arkia Israel Airlines, and Gulf Air.

Air traffic has been continuously rising over the last several years, with 5,467,726 passengers in 2011 and 4,827,192 in 2012 through September. The number of airplanes that comes into Queen Alia has also been rising. From 2010 to 2011, the number of planes coming into the airport rose from 62,863 to 63,426. In 2012, 51,063 were recorded from January to September. With the near completion of a new terminal at the airport, it is expected that air traffic will increase, and that there may be a chance for more airlines to use Queen Alia International Airport as a travel hub for their flights.

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