The company SIA "Wings 4 Sky Group” was founded back in 1994, with specialisation in import / export of spare parts for aviation. Our partners are located in all regions of the world – Europe, North America and Asia. Every year company increases its number of clients and export volume.
Dealing with transportation and delivery issues on everyday basis, the company decided to establish its own air company. Currently company could provide air carriages with Beechcraft Premier 1, Premier 1A, as well as Beechcraft Hawker 850XP, all owned by the company.
Currently the fleet of company consists of the following units:
- Civil aircraft Аn-74,
- Civil aircraft Аn-74-200,
- 3-seat light aircraft Grumman Tiger AG5B,
- 3-seat light aircraft Wilga 35A,
- Civil aircrafts Beechcraft Premier 1 and Premier 1A,
- Civil aircraft Beechcraft Hawker 850XP,
- 7 high-performance jet aircrafts Albatros L-39C.
All are based in international airport Riga or airport Jurmala. Company is certified ASA (Aviation Suppliers Asociation) member and as success of quality, since 2007 we received ISO 9001:2008 quality certificate. Spare parts support is another direction of our company. Company supplies to clients spare parts, components and equipment, organise repair or overhaul for civil aircrafts and helicopters.
In 2005, company has established affiliated company SIA “Tukums Aiport”. Currently, whole passengers’ terminal is renovated and soon the airport will be able to accept both passengers’ and cargo aircrafts.
Airport "Jurmala"/EVTJ is the base for structural unit of company, the first civil pilot group in Baltics – "Baltic Bees jet team”. The pilot group was created in 2008 and since then it is becoming increasingly popular not only in Europe, but also internationally.
Another structural unit of company is technical organisation, which is dealing with service support of company aircrafts, as well as offers same services to anyone looking for aircraft technical service.
As of 2008, company started development of aviamuseum in airport "Jurmala". At the moment, the museum hosts aircrafts Su-22М4, ISKRA, MiG-21BIS, МiG-21UM, Yak-40, Аn-2 and helicopter Мi-24. In September 2012 museum has been extended with aircraft IL-18B (Manufactory year: 1962). In 2012-2013, the company plans to expand the museum by several aircrafts MiG-15, MiG-15UTI, MiG-19, MiG-23, MiG-25, Tu-134UBL, Tu-95, L-29, Su-22UMZ and helicopters Mi-2, Mi-4, Mi-14PS un V-12. ttt