Adding an aircraft

Adding an aircraft

Once you have created your Wingly pilot account, the next step is to start thinking about posting some flights! But before you do this, you need to add your aircraft to Wingly by following the steps below: 

Open the "Cockpit" menu and select "Aircraft".  
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Internal Steps:
  1. Enter the model of the aircraft.
  2. Select who owns the aircraft. 
  3. Fill in the registration, & the hourly cost of the aircraft, see here on what costs can be shared.
  4. Add photos of the aircraft. 
Once you have completed this information, you will be taken to a preview screen, where you can check the information and click on "Add aircraft".



In most cases the model will be recognized and you can click directly on it. If you cannot find your aircraft type in the list, please contact us at tower@wingly.io and we will add your aircraft. Remember to try to write them with or without spaces to find them. Example: DR 400 is not found but DR400 is registered
Our platform automatically suggests an hourly price for the entered aircraft type. Please note that this is only an average of the usual rental prices in Europe. If you are renting an aircraft, provide the wet rental price. As an owner, you can only share the fuel costs (see rules on cost-sharing as an owner).
If you have any questions, you can contact us directly at tower@wingly.io or by phone on +447708405306. We are available from Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 17:30.


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