Royal Wings

Royal Wings

Infobox Airline
airline = Royal Wings

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fleet_size = 1
destinations = 4
IATA = -
callsign = -
parent = Royal Jordanian
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founded = 1 January 1996
headquarters = Amman, Jordan
key_people =
hubs = Queen Alia International Airport
secondary_hubs = King Hussein International Airport
focus_cities =
frequent_flyer =
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website =

Royal Wings is an airline based in Amman, Jordan operating regional scheduled and charter flights. Its main base is Queen Alia International Airport (AMM), Amman with a hub at King Hussein International Airport (AQJ).


The airline was established on 1 January 1996 and started operations on 10 February 1996. It was formed to help develop local and international tourism with support from Prince Faisal bin Al Hussein. On 7 April 1996 Royal Wings began services to Tel Aviv, Israel. In June 1996 Royal Wings merged with Arab Wings with business jet services under one management. A helicopter service was introduced in October 1999. The airline is owned by Royal Jordanian.


Royal Wings operates business jet services and flights to Tel Aviv, Aqaba, Sharm el Sheikh and Haifa under the Royal Jordanian banner. Regular charter flights are operated to Red Sea resorts in Egypt and to Larnaca, Warsaw (weekly), Belgrade (weekly), Antalya and Rhodes (at January 2005).


The Royal Wings fleet includes the following aircraft (as of 10 September 2008) [] :

*1 Airbus A320-212

External links

* [ Royal Wings]
* [ Royal Wings Fleet]


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