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Amman Taxis

Amman Taxi General Information and Tips


Hand picked & english speaking drivers


Same price as a regular Taxi from the line


Drivers are always on time


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Taxis in Amman

Amman, the capital of Jordan, is a modern place that is, however, surrounded by ancient ruins. It is a bustling and vibrant city, a treasure trove with historic sites and cultural activities. If you’re looking to explore the Middle East, Amman is a good place to start. Of course, you might not want to spend hours of your day waiting for the bus or trying to navigate through the public transport system of Amman. If you’re eager to reach your destination and have plenty of time to explore all the major landmarks, you can hop on an Amman taxi instead, and wander around the centre relaxed and comfortable in your air-conditioned vehicle.

Nonetheless, if you love the peace of mind that comes with pre-booking your transfers, you can confirm your Amman private ride in advance and have your on-time pickup and friendly, personalised service guaranteed before you even touch down at Queen Alia International Airport.


Hand picked & english speaking drivers


Same price as a regular Taxi from the line


Drivers are always on time


24/7 Email & Phone support

How much does a taxi cost?

Taxi prices
Day time
(05:00 - 24:00)
Night time
(00:00 - 05:00)
20 €
20 €
20 MIN
50 €
50 €
40 MIN
yellow taxi with white bottom part with white sign on its roof and black letters

Cost of a Amman Taxi

Rates for taxis in Amman may vary with the price depending on the distance travelled to your exact destination, as well as the time of day you are travelling and the number of people in your group. Taxis in Amman normally use a taximeter to determine the final fare. Below are the applicable rates for all taxis serving the city area.

Base Fare: €0.46 (JOD 0.35)
Fare per km: €0.78 (JOD 0.60)
Fare for 1 hour Waiting Time: €6.50 (JOD 5.00)

A trip from the airport to the centre will cost around €28 (JOD 22). Taxis are available 24/7 at Amman airport, however, to avoid any hidden fees or excess charges, we recommend booking your airport taxi in advance.

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How to get a Taxi in Amman

If you want to get around the city comfortably, you can easily get a ride from one of the official Amman taxi companies that serve the city centre. For a taxi service in Amman, you can pre-book your taxi online, hail a cab on the street, reserve a ride over the phone or find a vehicle at one of the designated taxi ranks.

Amman cabs are located near all major landmarks, hotel chains and malls, i.e. at the Abdali Mall. At the airport, taxi stands are located just outside the terminal. Keep in mind that you will receive a piece of paper from a taxi controller there, with the price of your trip.

Private taxis are yellow and are very affordable. Amman drivers are friendly, know the city like the back of their hand, and usually speak English. For securing a taxi pickup when you’re on the go, you can simply call one of the many available taxi companies, like Easy Taxi, which can be reached at +962 6 577 7666.

Benefits of Booking an Amman Transfer in Advance

Booking an Amman taxi in advance offers many advantages. If you book with Welcome, you’ll know that the moment your plane lands at Amman airport, your driver will be waiting for you outside the gate with a name sign in hand. That way not only do you get a warm welcome, but you don’t have to wait under the hot sun alongside the other passengers trying to get a ride. Our friendly Welcomer will then escort you to the designated car and tell you all you need to know about the city on your way. Our drivers are knowledgeable locals who won’t hesitate to share with you some hidden local gems and give you handy tips for your stay. For the best travel experience, plan your airport transfer with Welcome and enjoy a curated ride at your leisure.

Amman Taxi Tips

  1. A helpful tip for using taxis in Amman is to have change handy. In general, drivers do not accept cash over €6.52 (JOD 5).
  2. Most drivers speak English but you might also want to learn some phrases in the local language before your arrival. If you like, you can also note down your destination on a piece of paper and hand it to the driver when you enter the cab or show it to them on your mobile device.
  3. Credit cards are widely accepted, but it is recommended to carry some cash with you just in case.

Wheelchair Accessible Taxis in Amman

Unfortunately, the standard taxis in Amman aren’t equipped to transport wheelchair users. However, you can arrange your transportation in advance with an airline company called Royal Jordanian that can arrange special transfers for people with mobility difficulties and offers wheelchair adapted vehicles. If you want to use a conventional cab instead, you can fold your wheelchair and store it at the back of the vehicle.

Safety and Complaints for Amman Taxis

Although taking an Amman taxi is usually extremely safe and affordable, if you find yourself in an uncomfortable or unsafe situation, or have an altercation with a driver, be sure to note down the taxi driver’s name, ID number and license plate. You can then walk to the nearest station to file a complaint or contact their company directly if you wish.

Frequently asked questions

How do I call a taxi in Amman?

To get a taxi in Amman, you can book online or use an app, hail a taxi on the street, or find a vehicle at a designated taxi rank. Several companies also allow taxi requests over the phone, like Easy Taxi (+962 6 577 7666).

How are Amman taxi fares calculated?

Amman taxi fares are not fixed. Drivers use a taximeter to determine the final price of your ride which depends on several factors; traffic, time of day and total distance travelled. For your convenience, the base fare is €0.46 (JOD 0.35), whilst the fare per km is at €0.78 (JOD 0.60).

Are taxis in Amman safe?

Taxis in Amman are relatively safe. However, if you think that a driver might have been dishonest or you’ve had a bad experience for any reason, note down their name and license/registration number to then be able to report it accordingly.

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