Can I use Wingly as a person with reduced mobility?
Whether or not a person with reduced mobility can take a Wingly flight depends on the type of aircraft. On some models (low wing) you have to climb over the wing to get into the plane, so unfortunately it is not possible for persons with reduced mobility to fly in such a plane. However, if the aircraft is a so-called high wing aircraft (e.g. Cessna 172) it is possible for them to fly in such an aircraft. To ensure that everything runs smoothly, the following two points are of central importance.
- Not all pilots have access to a high wing aircraft, so it is very important to inform the pilot in advance that you are restricted in your mobility. The pilot can then check whether a suitable aircraft is available.
- It is a great help to have an accompanying person who helps to lift the person in question into the aircraft.
If you have any difficulties, you can contact us directly at email@example.com or by phone on +44 1905 570566. We are available from Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 17:30.
Resumption of flight activity in the safest way post-COVID-19
A notice to pilots After our discussions with the CAA about when Wingly flights could resume, They have discussed with the Department for Transport and stated: Up until the 17th of May, national restrictions on travel still preside hence you must not ...
What costs can I share as a pilot?
Flight sharing is fully legal in the European Union according to the European Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 and it has been confirmed by the EASA itself in a letter to Wingly. Private pilots are allowed to share their flights and costs with passengers ...
When should I post a flexible flight?
When adding a flight, you have two options in terms of date type : Flexible dates: If you are able to do this flight on a regular basis, then choose flexible dates and fill in what days you are usually available. You will always have the possibility ...
Do Wingly charge a commission on the flights?
Wingly charges a commission of £10 + 15% of the total booking price (+VAT). This is paid fully by the passenger and Wingly is completely free for pilots to use. If you have any questions, you can contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone ...
How do I improve my passenger profile?
How and why create an account on Wingly? Creating an account on Wingly only takes a few seconds and is necessary to get in contact with our pilots and book flights. You simply sign up with your email address or your Facebook account. Enter your ...
About Wingly and flight sharing
What is the concept of Wingly? Wingly is the first flight-sharing platform in Europe. Through our digital platform, we connect private pilots, offering vacant seats to passengers curious to discover Earth from above so that they can share the costs ...
What is Wingly's refund policy?
Please note, we cannot issue refunds on bookings or Gift Cards purchased from partner websites. Please consult the refund policy via their website. Should you or the pilot cancel or refuse the booking, you will automatically be refunded to your ...
COVID-19: Wingly procedure following the pandemic
UPDATE: Following the latest announcements regarding the COVID pandemic, please consult the government guidelines for your area. What does this mean? You are still very much able to book flights, use vouchers, message pilots and post flight requests ...
Are Wingly flights legal?
Flightsharing is regulated and legal in Europe. The European AIR OPS regulation N ° 965/2012 on flight-sharing allows pilots to share flights with passengers, however, they are not allowed to make a profit. The legislation on flight sharing in the ...
How do I contact Wingly?
Our Customer Relations Team is happy to respond to any queries you may have. We are available by email at email@example.com and by telephone on +441905570566, Monday to Friday 08:30-17:30. Outside of these hours, a member of our team will get back to ...