Airport Eponyms by MeyerS

Question 8

She was born in Cairo, as her father was her country's ambassador to Egypt at the time. Educated in London, Rome, and New York, she moved to her country in 1971 and worked for its flag carrier airline -- coincidentally, at the time, it shared her name. She married her country's Hashemite monarch in 1972, bore two children and adopted a refugee orphan, established libraries and cultural events, and called for women's suffrage before dying in a helicopter crash in 1977.

Amman, Jordan (Queen Alia International Airport)