How can I validate my ID on my account?

How can I validate my ID on my account?

You can validate your ID or passport directly on the Wingly website on your account.


This can help your chances of your flight’s being accepted and helps the pilots know they will be flying with.


To validate your ID:


  1. Make sure that you have a photo, or scan, that shows all the information of the document clearly and without obstructions.


*Please ensure that the quality is also good, as this can affect the validation process of the ID.


  1. Go to “Edit profile” in your Wingly account.



  1. Click on “Verifications”.



  1. Select the Country of Issue of your document, as well as the type of document you wish to upload.



  1. Fill in the following details:


*Note: If you have already added them to your profile, you will not need to add them here, however, make sure that it matches with the ID.



  1. Add the file (or files), of your ID and submit them for validation.



  1. Once the document is validated, you will get an email confirmation informing you that the ID has been validated.


If you have further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us directly at hello@wingly.io or by phone on +447782358860 . We are available from Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 17:30 (GMT).


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