Goldwings Supply Service, Inc. is a Aeronautical parts and supplies store, located at the south ramp of the HNL airport operating under AC150/5190-7. Our hours are from 8am-3pm Monday thru Friday, with the exception of Federal holidays which we are closed. Customers are encouraged to call or email orders in advance and arrive “aviation STRONG” with part numbers for our staff to correctly and safely serve you. It is a privilege to serve the aviation community and we appreciate your support as we enter our 35th year in operation as the only aeronautical parts business in the Pacific.
Please call 8088336020 x1 to be connected to anyone on aircraft parts support team or for the AOG line.
Howard C. Wiig
Hawaii State Energy Office
Cyber Specialist - Cyberzone Hawaii
Goldwings recently completed state-of-the-art lighting installations with the National Park Service in California, Nebraska and Hawai‘i. Our lighting solutions are designed to maximize energy efficiency and minimize the impact on wildlife, surrounding lands, and dark skies.
Goldwings celebrated its first Earth Day event, Turn OFF the Night, on April 23, 2023, to raise awareness of the ways we can protect our dark skies and wildlife using innovative lighting solutions.
Pacific Business News reporter Sophia Compton interviewed Lia Young Hunt, President and CEO of Goldwings Supply Service, Inc., about innovative lighting solutions, industry trends and what businesses can do to implement environmentally friendly practices.
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- Goldwings Completes State-of-the-Art Lighting Projects at National Park Service Sites
- Goldwings Hosts First Earth Day Event, Turn OFF the Night!
- Three Questions with Lia Young Hunt in Pacific Business News
- Keoni Wasano Named President of ITE Hawai’i Chapter
- Goldwings Wins Hawaii Business Magazine SmallBiz Award
- KHON2 Modern Wahine Features Women in Aviation
- Goldwings’ President and CEO Receives Patriot Award
- Goldwings’ Kaulele Work-Study Program
- Office of Hawaiian Affairs- Together We can
- New roundabout with flashing beacons brings pedestrian safety to Maui