With lots of postponement in the opening of the airport earlier, Jordan has resumed the operation of regular international flights begins Tuesday. The border had been suspended since march for almost six months due to the coronavirus pandemic.

During these 6 months, there had been the operation of repatriation flights arranged for their nationals to return home. As well as for the GCC and international visitors to return back to their countries.

During the 1st phase of opening, Queen Alia international airport, Amman is handling the operation of six flights a day. The gradual opening of the airport will be done with strict social distancing and other health rules.

All Passengers who wish to enter Jordan are required with mandatory proof of a COVID-19 negative test report done within 72 hours of travel with a minimum of a week to two weeks self-isolation depends on the country of travel arrive from. The passenger also has to undergo a mandatory PCR test on arrival.

Jordan has been recorded the very least number of COVID-19 cases in Arab countries, with a total of 2659 cases until now with the record of 19 death cases.