Fly Aqaba is a proposed airline based in Jordan, founded by Saudi and Jordanian investors. The airline will be based at Aqaba Airport in Aqaba, Jordan. As of November 2021, it's unclear when Fly Aqaba will fly its maiden flight.
The airline will initially be flying to Amman and destinations in Europe as well as the Middle East. However, the confirmed destinations they'll be flying is still undisclosed.
As of November 2021, Fly Aqaba hasn't confirmed the destinations it'd be flying but it's like to operate to Amman and a few destinations in Europe and the Middle East.
Fly Aqaba's carry-on baggage allowance has yet to be announced. Please visit the airline website for more information.
Any carry-on item you carry to the flight must fit within the overhead lockers and under the seat. If the item you wish to carry exceeds the airline carry-on size limit, you must transport the item as checked baggage.
All carry-on items are subjected to airport security checks including any containers containing any fluid. You must not travel with any fluid exceeding 100ml due to health and safety regulations.
Fly Aqaba's checked baggage allowance has yet to be announced. Please visit the airline website for more information.
Your checked baggage must weigh less than 32kg (70lbs) and must not be oversized, otherwise, extra fees would apply to your baggage. Depending on the airline baggage policy, excess baggage may be able to be added to your baggage when you book with Alternative Airlines.
Fly Aqaba hasn't published their online check-in details.
You're advised to check-in online before arriving at the airport as it'd save you time queuing at the check-in desks. Once online check-in is completed, you'd be able to obtain your boarding pass online.
Not everyone is entitled to online check-in, so if you cannot check-in online please leave plenty of time to check-in at the airport.
Fly Aqaba hasn't published their airport check-in details.
At Alternative Airlines, we advise you to arrive at the airport 2 hours before for domestic flights and 3 hours before the scheduled departure time for international flights.
Before leaving for the airport, you should make sure that you have your travel documents, flight details and any baggage you're intending to travel with you. If you can't present a valid travel document/personal identification with you, the airline may refuse you to check-in for your flight.
When you arrive at the airport, you should report directly to the airline check-in counters. This should be indicated by the departure information board at the airport as well as signs and labels at the airport.
Fly Aqaba has yet to release a frequent flyer programme.
Fly Aqaba isn't part of an airline alliance. The airline has yet to announce any plans on whether they'd be joining any airline alliances.
As of November 2021, Fly Aqaba hasn't got a concrete plan on the fleet they'll be operating when they launch. However, looking at the routes they may be operating, they're likely to operate narrow-body aircaft.
The airline will only be operating 2 aircraft in its fleet in its initial operations.
Aqaba Airport (AQJ), formally known as King Hussein International Airport, is an airport located in Aqaba in Jordan. The airport is a small airport with the capacity of only accommodating 1 million passengers annually. Fly Aqaba will be the only airline that is based at the airport.
easyJet, Jordan Aviation, Royal Jordanian, Nordwind Airlines, Ryanair, Turkish Airlines, Ural Airlines and Wizz Air are the other airlines that are currently flying to Aqaba Airport.