METROJET acquires WINGS MRO software by ADT

    03 Jun 2014


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Bellevue, Washington – USA; June 3, 2014 – ADT (Applied Database Technology), the provider of MRO software (WINGS) and services for the aviation industry, announces that METROJET, is a Russian Airline, operating all Airbus A320 and A321 aircrafts, the latest customer to acquire WINGS MRO software. WINGS is the industry’s foremost web-based solution used by some of the world’s largest MROs and many leading airlines in Europe.

Commenting on the announcement, Ilhan YAGIZ, European Sales Director of ADT said; “METROJET is another great example of an airline that will implement Wings for the technical management of their fleet and logistics operations.  The wide-ranging benefits of Wings software for airlines are proven. We look forward to supporting METROJET for many years to come.”

About ADT-Wings (

ADT provides software solutions such as WINGS to aerospace companies that operate, maintain, repair and overhaul aircrafts. WINGS software is a comprehensive aviation maintenance management solution specifically designed and developed for Aerospace Companies. With a strong customer focus ADT delivers dependable services to its clients using Wings with the latest web technologies and state of the art J2EE infrastructure.


METROJET also trading as Kolavia is an airline based in Kogalym,TyumenRussia. It operates domestic services. Operations started in May 1993. Its main bases are Kogalym Airport and Surgut Airport, with a hub at Domodedovo International AirportMoscow. It has an Airbus fleet of 10 aircrafts with 5 more aircrafts joining the fleet in 2015.

For further information:

Name : Ilhan YAGIZ, European Sales Director

Phone:  +90 212 465 3720