Jordan is very well accesible via a well connected and well maintained network of airports and roadways.
Jordan's national airline is Royal Jordanian Airlines. Jordan is also served by a number of other airlines including British Airways, Air France, airBaltic, Lufthansa, Austrian, Alitalia, Aegean, Turkish Airlines, Egypt Air, Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways. The Queen Alia International Airport is the country's main airport. Another airport has recently been inaugurated in Southern Amman.
Long distance bus services operate from a number of Middle Eastern destinations including Tel Aviv and Damascus.
Rail services have been suspended in Jordan since 2006, due to faults in functionality.
Cab or car services can be used to reach Jordan by road at the borders of Syria, Israel and Saudi Arabia. However, this is not recommended because of increased security at the borders owing to terror attacks.
Jordan can be entered at the port of Aqaba via the Egyptian port of Nuweiba. There are two services, ferry and speedboat. The slow ferry might take up to 8 hours and is not that recommended. The speedboat consistently makes the crossing in about an hour, however legal procedures may take a lot of time.