Overview. Amman Civil Airport (IATA: ADJ, ICAO: OJAM) (Arabic: مطار عمان المدني, commonly known as Marka Civil Airport, is an unscheduled airport located in Marka district, Greater Amman Municipality, Jordan, some 5 km (3.1 mi; 2.7 NM) north-east of Amman city center. After being the city's main airport from 1950 until 1983, there are no scheduled commercial passenger flights at the airport anymore. However, it still serves as Amman's main airport for general aviation, and moreover as an aviation education and training hub, and also sees freight operations. It serves as the home base for Arab Wings and Jordan International Air Cargo.
Runway Use. 24 is the runway usually used since it is the only one that has an ILS (Instrument Landing System) however, a visual or RNAV approach can be conducted at runway 06.
Transponder use on Ground. Traffic should squawk their assigned code and turn the transponder on when entering the departure runway.
Scenery. Amman-Marka has some add-on sceneries that can be used by pilots. Default sceneries might have some wrong/missing taxiways and stands.
Charts. Charts can be accessed from several providers on the internet.
Uncontrolled Operations. When POSCON ATC is offline, the following frequencies should be used:
NOTE: No ATIS in OJAM.