What types of licences and medicals do you accept?

What types of licences and medicals do you accept?

With LAPL, PPL, CPL or ATPL (A&H) licences, flight sharing is an activity that allows private pilots to share their direct costs of a flight without profit with passengers.

Therefore if you hold one of these licenses, a valid class 2 medical certificate (or LAPL medical if applicable) and three take-offs and landings in the last three months you can become a Wingly pilot and share your flights on our platform.

A pilot can carry out their flights with Wingly with a valid license and ratings. Therefore, pilots with an instrument flight rating (IR) can fly in IFR. The same goes for night, mountain, aerobatics, twin-engine, monoturbine…

N.B : Pilots with a CPL or ATPL license are also able to share the costs of private flights.

Licences and medicals must be submitted in the following format, with your name and the expiry dates clearly visible.






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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