Project Plan

Once we know what needs to be done, a plan that will include timelines, objectives and tasks can be made. The idea is to work efficiently and match the infrastructure, training and the aircraft's arrival so no time will be wasted.

Combining long lead items, OEM training, construction, personnel recruitment, procedures, limitations and programs is an art, and the success depends on experienced management able to both plan the project, and execute the plan.

On Site Surveys

Safety First, and Safety Last

Aviation is a huge investment in ground and air crew training as well as in sophisticated equipment. High, low, fast or slow it doesn't matter since years of training can vanish in a blink of an eye. At WingsOps we understand that and we emphasize Safety in every aspect of our operation. 

Our syllabi focuses on professionalism, discipline and most important, correct decision making. We want our pilots and mechanics to make the correct decisions and avoid those situations we train them for.

Your Aviation Training and Operations Center, Anytime, Anywhere


How we work at wingsops

Externally and Internally 

Providing long term training and support means that the all communication channels must be kept open, at all times. We listen to the client detailing his expectations, we listen to the pilots training with us and to their instructors, we ask our mechanics and engineers for their opinions. 

We strongly believe that every plan evolves as time passes by and better understanding and insights are developed. So the first step in responding to ever changing requirements or simply making adjustments to our programs is to listen and learn.


Detailed planning

Detailed Analysis

First stage in any long term aviation project, is an accurate and detailed assessment of current capabilities compared to the actual needs. We will check 

 - Physical infrastructure available

 - Skill levels of the project's Personnel, Air and Ground Crews

 - Applicable Procedures and Regulations

Based on our findings, we will then create a detailed plan in order to be able to commence flight operations as soon as the aircraft are delivered. The plan will include the necessary equipment, infrastructure and logistical items, recommendations for a suitable aircraft and the aircraft configuration and a training and support program.