The Royal Flight was established on April 15, 1950 and renamed the Royal Squadron on April 15, 1978. Aircraft flown by the Royal Squadron include the Dragon Rapide; Dove; Riley Dove; Herald; Heron; Viking; Ambassador; Bonanza; Falcon 20; Boeing 727-100; Boeing 727-200; Falcon 50; Sabreliner; Lockheed Tristar; Gulfstream G3; Airbus 310. The Widgeon; Whirlwind; Scout; Allouette III; Sikorsky S76; Blackhawk S70 and UH 60; BO 105; BK117.

Airbus A340; TB20; Challenger 604 and Boeing 737.

The Royal Squadron now operates the Blackhawk S70 and UH 60. The Squadron is based at KAAB, Amman.