Royal Horadium Airlines
Roy Hor
Founded 1996
Bases Horadium International Airport
Hubs Coronation Airport, Port Merrow International Hub
Focus cities London Heathrow Airport, Charles de Gaulle Airport, Berlin Schönefeld Airport
Frequent flyer program Diamond Club
Member lounge Sovereign Lounge
Alliance Oneworld
Fleet size 21
Destinations 30
Company slogan 'Flying High'
Headquarters Ralin, Horadum
Key people James Vardy (Chairman)

Royal Horadium Airlines, or RHA, is the flag carrier airline of the Kingdom of Horadum, headquartered in the Airline Plaza in Ralin. It is wholly owned by the government of Horadum. Its hub is Horadum International Airport in the north of the city of Ralin.

Formed in 1996 with an initial fleet of two aircraft, serving Germany, Denmark and the UK, Royal Horadium Airlines now operates a fleet of 21 aircraft to 30 destinations in Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and North America.

Early ExpansionEdit

Royal Horadium Airlines was established on 14 June 1996 with two new Boeing 777-200’s. The airline’s first flight was on 3 September 1996 from the newly built Horadium International Airport to London. Flights to Copenhagenand Berlin started on the same day.

Early route expansion included services to Paris in 1997 and Rome in 1999. In 2000, Royal Horadium acquired a three Boeing 767-400ER’s, enabling it to reach Madrid in 2001 and Moscow in 2002.

Late ExpansionEdit

With the airline’s rapid expansion the 777’s were sold, replaced by five Boeing 747-400’s. The airlines also acquired three Boeing Dreamliners in 2012 but these have so far not flown since the grounding of all Dreamliner aircraft in 2013.

Ground ServicesEdit

Passengers may check-in one to forty eight hours prior to departure. This may be done at the check-in counters available at the airport. Business Class or Diamond Club members may check-in at dedicated check-in counters. Alternatively, passengers may check-in online or at the newly installed self-service desks.

Sovereign LoungeEdit

Sovereign Lounge is Royal Horadium Airlines’ lounge at Horadium International Airport. It was opened in 2005 by King Frederick VII and occupies the part of the airport’s smaller east wing. The lounge, which has a seating capacity of approximately 150, has massage chairs, workstations and personal computers with free internet and wireless connections. The lounge is exclusively reserved for Royal Horadium’s first and business class passengers and Diamond Club members.

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