Private Jet Charter & Management

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Wing Aviation is headquartered at Houston William P. Hobby (HOU) Airport and offers jet charter services to/from other greater Houston Area airports such as the Sugar Land Regional Airport (SGR) and Conroe North Houston Regional Airport (CXO).

Wing Aviation offers global On Demand charters and One-Way/ Empty Leg charter flights and specializes in aircraft management services customized to meet your needs. From aircraft maintenance and regulatory compliance to crew requirement and training to travel scheduling and charter coordination, we can provide the services you and your aircraft need from our greater Houston footprint. Explore our facilities below and contact us to learn more.

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We take immense pride and satisfaction in our team, our fleet, and the partnerships we have forged with our guests and their families over the years. We appreciate your consideration and look forward to seeing you on the runway.

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Houston / Headquarters

Houston William P. Hobby Airport
8912 Paul B. Koonce St.
Houston, Texas 77061


Wing Aviation + Galaxy FBO

Wing Aviation's new Hobby Airport facility at the Galaxy FBO encompasses two large hangars, a two-story office and FBO terminal building.

Every Galaxy FBO staff member goes through NATA Safety 1st accreditation and Ritz Carlton training to provide you the highest level of service.

  • Direct ramp access
  • Two large 39,000 sq.ft. hangars
  • State-of-the-art 23,000 sq.ft. office & terminal building
  • Exclusive 1,200 sq.ft. Voyager Lounge (scroll link)
  • 9+ acres of apron
Houston Location

Voyager Lounge

Our new 1,200+ sq.ft. lounge is exclusive for Wing Aviation owners & charter clients, with plenty of room to relax before or after your flight.

What's in a Name?

Our lounge is named after NASA’s twin 'Voyager' probes, which have the distinction of being the vessels that have travelled the farthest from earth (so far). Each of the Voyager probes contributed an enormous amount of knowledge about the solar system and continue to transmit useful scientific data today.

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