Private Wings
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Private Wings
Private Wings
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IATA ICAO Callsign
HubsBerlin Schönefeld Airport
Fleet size11
HeadquartersSchönefeld, Germany
Key peoplePeter Gatz, Andreas Wagner

Private Wings Flugcharter GmbH is a German airline that was founded in 1991 and operates chartered corporate, cargo and air ambulance services out of Berlin Schönefeld Airport. Its head office is located in the General Aviation Terminal (Allgemeine Luftfahrt) on the property of Schönefeld Airport in Schönefeld, Brandenburg.[1][2][3]


Private Wings Dornier 328-100

As of November 2018, the Private Wings fleet consists of the following aircraft:[4]

Accidents and incidents

  • On 19 February 1996 at 09:54 local time, a Private Wings Cessna Citation II (registered D-CASH) crashed near Freilassing, Germany, killing the two pilots and eight passengers on board. The aircraft was on an executive flight from Berlin Tempelhof Airport to Salzburg Airport and the pilots had already begun the final approach, when severe icing conditions were encountered, leading to a stall and subsequent crash of the aircraft into a forest 3 nmi (5.6 km) short of the runway. The accident investigation concluded that there was also a short circuit in the aircraft's electrical systems, which might have contributed to the crash.[9]


  1. ^ "Anfahrt GAT Schönefeld." Private Wings. Retrieved on 7 January 2013.
  2. ^ "Access Business Aviation Center/GAT." Private Wings. Retrieved on 7 January 2013.
  3. ^ "Imprint." Private Wings. Retrieved on 7 January 2013. "Postal address: [sic] PRIVATE WINGS Flugcharter GmbH Chief executive officers: Peter Paul Gatz und Andreas Wagner Flughafen Berlin - Schönefeld 12521 Berlin, Germany" and "Delivery address: Private Wings Flugcharter GmbH Waßmannsdorfer Straße 12529 Schönefeld (ehemals Diepensee)"
  4. ^ - AIRCRAFT FLEET retrieved 4 November 2018
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  6. ^ a b "Global Airline Guide 2019 (Part One)". Airliner World. October 2019: 15.
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  9. ^ Private Wings 1996 crash at the Aviation Safety Network

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