Amman Private Jet Charter Service
Domestic and international air charter travel to Amman, Jordan is Paramount's proud specialty. Paramount Business Jets provides the ultimate executive jet services with sheer comfort, luxury, and efficiency. Travel to Amman is made simple with access to no fewer than six airports within a comfortable 50 mile radius. The predominantly obvious choice is the Marka International Airport (ADJ), which is located within Amman itself. Other potentially convenient selections include the Zarga Airport (OJ38) and the Queen Alia International Airport (AMM), which are both within 16 miles from the downtown Amman area. Common types of executive jets in the Amman region include large jets (Legacy 650 and Falcon 900 C), midsize jets (Hawker 800 XP), and light jets (Hawker 400 XP). Regardless of your final selection, Paramount Business Jets specializes in personalizing your flight to your unique requirements and tastes. For more information about planning a private travel itinerary to Amman or for any other related inquiries, you can reach us 24 hours a day and seven days at a week at +1-877-727-2538.
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Private Jets and Helicopters Available for Hire Near Amman
Amman Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Amman Airports within 50 Miles
- Marka Intl Airport, OJAM, ADJ, Amman, Jordan
- Zarqa Airport, OJ38, Zarqa, Jordan
- Queen Alia Intl Airport, OJAI, AMM, Amman, Jordan
- King Hussein Airport, OJMF, OMF, Mafraq, Jordan
- Atarot Airport, OJJR, Jerusalem, West Bank
- Shaheed Mwaffaq Airport, OJ40, Azraq Ash Shishan, Jordan
- I Bar Yehuda Airport, LLMZ, MTZ, Metzada, Israel
- Al Al Airport, OS73, Al Al, Syrian Arab
- As Suwayda West Airport, OS60, As Suwayda, Syrian Arab
- Megiddo Airport, LLMG, Megiddo, Israel
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Amman City Overview
Amman, the modern, as well as the ancient capital of Jordan, spread on seven hills between the desert and the fertile Jordan Valley. Amman offers a great choice of tourist attractions and modern facilities for the tourists. Amman is the commercial center of Jordan with its ultra-modern buildings, hotels, great restaurants, art galleries and boutiques. Most of Amman's noteworthy historical sites are clustered in the downtown area, which sits at the bottom of four of Amman's seven hills. The Citadel, one of the most earliest and interesting sites in Amman, includes many structures such as the Temple of Hercules, the Omayyad Palace and the Byzantine church. One of the most impressive relics of ancient Philadelphia, the 6000 seat Roman Theater, lies downhill from the Citadel and still used for cultural events. With long history and cultural traditions Amman is a home to the Jordan Archaeological Museums, Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, Folklore Museum, Royal Automobile Museum, Museum of Popular Tradition, and Exhibition of Arab Heritage and Recent Discoveries. Amman is a fascinating and vibrant city that welcome visitors form over the world.