Flylink Express

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Flylink Express
Founded 2003
Ceased operations 2009
Hubs Madrid Airport
Secondary hubs Valencia
Focus cities Seville, Valencia
Frequent-flyer program -
Airport lounge -
Alliance -
Fleet size 4 (+ 2 order)
Destinations worldwide
Company slogan Fly more pay less with Flylink
Parent company Prestige Jet
Headquarters Madrid, Spain
Key people James Ward, Jose Fernandez
An Flylink Express Embraer EMB-135BJ.

Flylink Express was a charter airline based in Madrid, Spain. It was founded in 2003 by James Ward (CEO), initially operating a Challenger 6013A-ER (EC-JKT), a Hawker 400 (MU300) (EC-JKL) and a Piper Aerostar (EC-ICG). In 2005 it expanded its fleet with an Embraer 135 (EC-KFQ). Flylink Express operated worldwide executive charter services and was approved for ETOPs operations under its EU-OPS AOC. Other members of the executive management team were Jose Fernandez (Director of Flight and Ground Operations), Hugo Gonzalez (Head or Training), Ruben Trashorras (Quality Management), Juan Caño Sterk (Financial Advisor). In 2006 Flylink Express was purchased by Prestige Jet (Abu Dhabi). In 2009 Flylink´s AOC was revoked by the Spanish Civil Aviation Authority (AESA).

Flylink Express was based and operated from

  • Madrid Torrejon
  • Madrid Barajas
  • Madrid Cuatro Vientos
  • Barcelona El Prat


  • Worldwide


The Flylink Express fleet included the following aircraft (as of 21 September 2005) [1]:

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