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Amman to Chicago Route Information

Travel Distance:6,228 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Royal Jordanian, American Airlines
Weekly Flights:12
Avg. Flight Duration:21.08 Hours

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Airports in Amman

The national capital of Jordan, Amman is served by two airports- Queen Alia International Airport and Amman Civil Airport. Queen Alia International Airport is Jordan’s primary and largest airport. It is located in Zizya, about 20 miles away from Amman. The airport offers scheduled flights to all major domestic destinations and several other Middle-Eastern and international destinations. Travelers enjoy seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through Sariyah shuttle buses, airport taxis and car rental services. The Amman Civil Airport is the former primary airport of the city. It now serves as Amman's main airport for passengers on chartered flights and VIP private flights.

Explore Chicago

Located in the state of Illinois, Chicago is the third-most populous city in the United States. This lakeside city along Lake Michigan is home to a remarkable skyline hallmarked by one of the world’s best downtown collection of architecture, and several world-class art and science museums and several sightings of public art. For the more sedate souls, an evening spent in Chicago Park District in the city is usually termed well spent because it contains over 31 sand beaches, waterfront parks, several museums, and 50 green zones.

Things to do in Chicago

Willis Tower

The Willis Tower (also known as the Sears Tower) is a 110-story, 1450-foot tall skyscraper in Chicago. It debuted in 1973 as the tallest building in the world and remained such for nearly a quarter of a century thereafter. A remarkable piece of International architectural style, it is now the second-tallest building in the United States and in the Western Hemisphere.

Cloud Gate

Cloud Gate is a public sculpture made by Indian-born British artist Sir Anish Kapoor. It is built to resemble a liquid mercury drop and reflects a large part of the city’s skyline. The Cloud Gate flaunts itself as the centerpiece of AT&T Plaza at Millennium Park in the Loop community area of Chicago. It is bluilt using 168 stainless steel plates welded together with a highly polished exterior that does not show any seams or bends.

John Hancock Center

The John Hancock Center is a 100-story, 1128-foot skyscraper built in structural expressionist style in Chicago. It debuted as the world’s second tallest building in 1968, and now contains the third highest residence in the world. This building is the fourth-tallest building in Chicago and the eighth-tallest in the United States now.

Best Time to Fly to Chicago

The best times to fly to Chicago are early summer and the fall season that run from April to May and September and October respectively. The city is all soaked in a warm and sunny ambiance and visitors can translate this into maximum daylight hours to enjoy sightseeing and several cultural festivals like Mayfest, Oktoberfest Chicago and Chicago Jazz Festival.