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Ankara-Aqaba 6,458.40 TL
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Cheapest Aqaba Flights

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Turkish Airlines
1 stop - 5h 45m
01 March 2024, Friday 17:50
Turkish Airlines
direct-flight - 2h 50m
26 April 2024, Friday 20:55
Turkish Airlines
1 stop - 9h 10m
01 May 2024, Wednesday 15:00
Royal Jordanian
1 stop - 8h 45m
04 April 2024, Thursday 06:40

Popular Cheap Flights From Aqaba

Here are the dates of cheap flights from Aqaba

1 stop - 7h 10m
29 March 2024, Friday 11:50
Turkish Airlines
1 stop - 4h 35m
03 March 2024, Sunday 08:30
Royal Jordanian
1 stop - 11h
23 March 2024, Saturday 16:05

Information for Aqaba Flights

There are 6 flights operating between Istanbul and Aqaba. You may find frequent flights from London, Istanbul and Milan to Aqaba.

Are you looking for cheap fares for Aqaba flights? In the coming 3 months: Ankara Aqaba 6,458 TL, Cologne/Bonn Aqaba 14,274 TL and Istanbul Aqaba 7,360 TL

Better to book your flight to Aqaba 45 days before departure to get the best fares on average.

April and July months are the highest season for Jordan, Aqaba. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: March and November.

Aqaba, an important port city located on the coast of the Gulf of Aqaba in the south of Jordan, also has a strategic importance as it is the only port of the country that opens to the sea. Aqaba, which is adjacent to the Israeli city of Elyat, stands out as a trade center today.


Aqaba, which was under the rule of Muslims in the 7th century, came under the rule of the crusaders in 1115. After Selahaddin Eyyubi recaptured the city in 1170, it joined the Ottoman lands in 1516 during Yavuz Sultan Selim's Egypt expedition. Aqaba, which is the second stop after Damascus for pilgrims from Ottoman lands, is also the meeting point of pilgrims coming from Damascus and Egypt. The city, which lost its former importance with the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 and the Hejaz Railway in 1908, witnessed the uprising of Arab nomads after the First World War, with the instigation of Thomas Edward Lawrence, nicknamed Lawrence of Arabia. The city, which was captured by the British after the Arabs attacked the Turkish fortress, became a city of Jordan in 1946. Its population increased rapidly with the Palestinian refugees arriving after the 1948 Arab-Israeli war.

Places to visit

Quiet and serene streets appearing among modern buildings sometimes lead to magnificent monuments and sometimes to historical buildings. Its history dating back to the Iron Age is another reason to see the city. Ancient civilizations, Roman, Byzantine and Islamic works breathe together as riches to see.

The 14th century Aqaba Castle was built by the Mamluk Sultan Kansu Gavri. It is located at a dominant point overlooking the public beach. Ayla, a historical center established with the arrival of Islam in the city in 622, was used as a very important Palestinian port, especially between the 7th and 11th centuries. It is known that the port, which was known as the warehouse of the Hejaz in this period, was the accommodation place of the pilgrims coming from Egypt on the way to Mecca. Today, it is the historical and touristic area of ​​the city, where there are mostly hotels.

Purpose Church, a Byzantine structure dating back to the 3rd century, is one of the oldest churches in the city. There are important museums, squares and historical buildings in Aqaba, which is a very hospitable place where culture and tradition are shaped around a long history and trade. Aqaba Archaeological Museum, which contains artifacts reflecting the cultures of Jordan, Iraq, Ethiopia, Egypt and China, is also home to the Via Nova Traiana Inscription. The inscription describes the road that Emperor Trajan had built from Syria to the Red Sea.

Undoubtedly, the most famous structure of Aqaba is the fascinating Nabataean city of Petra and Rum Valley, which can be reached with a short journey. It is possible to see Petra, which is shown as a wonder of the world, from above with night tours or by plane. Accompanied by Bedouin music and the light of thousands of oil lamps, the night tours, which present a fascinating view, take about two hours. Similarly, it is possible to see the Rum Valley by balloon.

The underwater richness of the Red Sea allows diving with hundreds of corals, colorful fish species and aquatic creatures. It is possible to dive from 20 points easily accessible from the city center. Night dives are also organized for professional athletes. Another option to experience the beauty of the sea to the fullest is glass bottomed boats. The first settlement BC. Also keep in mind the options of Tal Magass and Hujayrat Al-Ghuzlan, which date back to the 3700s, and the Pharaoh Island, which can be crossed by sea.

Located on an important migration route connecting Asia, Africa and Europe, Aqaba is visited by more than 1.5 million birds twice a year. Do not miss this adventure, especially in spring.

Food & Drink and Shopping

You will enjoy discovering the food culture of Aqaba while you are talking about dishes made with seafood that you can see from the aquarium and order, habaq, the city-specific tea, pastries and desserts, hummus and falafel breakfasts. You can find the flavors you want, especially in the marina, in Aqaba, where there are also flavors from international cuisine.

Colorful bottles and glass products in different forms, where the sand workmanship of Jordan and especially Aqaba is highly developed, are among the souvenirs unique to this region. The addresses where you can find camel and palm motif gifts, oriental designs and exotic textile products are Chinatown and the gold market.


Turkish Airlines has reciprocal flights to Aqaba, where Fly Dubai and Royal Jordanian have connecting flights, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, 3 days a week. It is possible to reach the city from King Hussein International Airport by taxi.

FAQs about Aqaba Flights

  • How much is the cheapest flight to Aqaba?
    In the next 3 months, the cheapest one way flight to Aqaba is Adana to Aqaba at 27 February 2024 and the price of the flight is 10,831 TL. The cheapest roundtrip flight is from Istanbul to Aqaba and it costs 16,545 TL.
  • How close the Aqaba airports to the City Center?
    Aqaba King Hussein Airport is 9 km from the city center.
  • How TURNA finds these low flight prices?
    TURNA has agreements with many airlines and get special fares and discounts. TURNA is the inventor of Smart Flight ® which connects the non-connected airlines. Smart Flight ® has a unique scientific algorithm and can find 70% cheaper routes which you cannot find on any other site.

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Aqaba Flight Ticket Prices

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Popular Flights Ticket Price
Ankara - Aqaba 6,458.40
Cologne/Bonn - Aqaba 14,273.54
Istanbul - Aqaba 7,359.66
Riyadh - Aqaba 6,903.30
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