With the acquisition of Grosvenor Travel Management, Wings strengthens its position in U.K. laying final foundation for transition of its global headquarters to London.
Wings acquires Travelnet Stavanger further establishing a presence in Norway, a key market in Oil & Gas and Marine sectors.
Wings acquires Michelle’s Travel becoming one of the largest independent TMCs on the African continent.
Launched our office and operation in Lagos, Nigeria.
Further expansion into Scotland opening an office in Edinburgh.
Wings branches out to Brazil, with an office in Rio de Janeiro.
Wings Corporate Travel becomes Wings Travel Management.
The Middle East regional hub for Wings opens in Dubai, as well as offices in Manchester, England, and Luanda, Angola.
Wings Corporate Travel opens in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Wings expands across the Atlantic to establish its U.S. hub in Houston, Texas.
Wings opens an office in Durban, South Africa.
Wings makes its first international expansion into London. Wings Corporate Services becomes Wings Corporate Travel.
WingsNaledi, which serves the government travel industry in South Africa, is established.
Wings expands beyond Johannesburg and opens an office in Cape Town, South Africa.
Commences serving the Oil & Gas industry in Africa.
The company starts doing business as Wings Corporate Services.
The founding of the Travel Management Company (TMC) that would become Wings Travel Management in Johannesburg, South Africa.