Sky Atlas Joint-Stock Company was established October 1st, 2015 in Moscow.
Having its headquarters in Moscow Sheremetyevo International airport, the company keep pace with the constant growing business aviation environment in Russia and C.I.S. Sky Atlas expands its network of professionally trained field representatives in many regional airports o effectively respond to any customer requests.
Our company is perfectly integrated in Moscow International Sheremetyevo airport (SVO / UUEE) and in St.Petersburg International Pulkovo airport (LED / ULLI). Sky Atlas is the preferred provider of full cycle FBO related services in these locations.
Our ranges of service include but are not limited to ground handling arrangements, flight support, aircraft fueling, concierge services, charter flights management, aeronautical weather and navigation related services.
Sky Atlas is always focusing to provide the best quality services for our customers using the best business practices of the segment.
French born, Nicolas Winkel has more than 26 years experience in Aviation.
He started his aviation career in 1991 obtaining his professional pilot’s license in the USA.
Moving in 1993 to Russia he became the first western pilot cleared to fly for a major Russian airline located in Novosibirsk.
Afterwards Nicolas extended his pilot's experience flying different types of business jets. In the same time he co-founded one of the first Russian business jets operator, Jet 2000.
Nicolas actively provided aircraft acquisition assistance to numerous customers working with major aircraft manufacturers such as Dassault Aviation, Bombardier, Embraer and Sukhoi Civil Aircraft.
Qualified Military Officer, Alexander started his aviation career at Exclusiv Air, a company managing a fleet of 6 business jets mainly for commercial charters flights.
Alexander managed to organize more than 3000 charter flights hours sales per year.
Before joining Sky Atlas, Alexander has managed a fleet of 40 sailing yachts both in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean regions.
The younger but not the least experienced member of the team, Andrey has started working as an apron supervisor assisting aircraft crew for ground handling.
Andrey managed to demonstrate team management skills in a short time, and then he joined Sky Atlas team to lead the Flight Support department of the company, which is composed of more than 12 qualified duty managers and licensed navigators.