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Finding and booking a flight
How to search for and book a flight on Wingly
How do flight requests work for a passenger?
Can't find the flight you're looking for? How do I create a new flight request? Log in t
How do I book and pay for a flight?
If you have arranged a time and date with the pilot already*, you will still need to make a booking through the website so the pilot can confirm the flight and to ensure you are covered by the Wingly insurance. To make your booking, follow these steps:
How do I search for a flight?
When you visit our website, you will first see our homepage. Where it says 'Where do you fly from?', type your hometown/location you wish to fly from (e.g. London), and select the location from the drop-down menu which will appear. Once you have searched a location, you will presented with a list of all the flights offered by pilots in b
Could you help me find a flight?
The most common flights on Wingly are sightseeing flights over the local area and day-trips to locations across the UK, or slightly further afield, for example the north coast of France. As flights are in light aircraft, trips to destinations further afield would be very long and therefore expensive. Weekend trips are also less common due to the fact that flights are weather dependent, meaning that the return flight would be very reliant o
How do I find a flight to my desired destination?
Find out whether you can find a flight to a desired destination on Wingly
I have found a flight which I like the look of, what do I do now?
Find out how to go about booking a flight on Wingly
How do I accept a rescheduled booking?
When making a booking, sometimes the pilot you book with won't be free on the date you have selected. Not to worry! Most of the time, the pilot will offer alternative dates for you. You'll find a picture guide on how to accept alternative dates below. When you log into your Wingly account, you'll be directed to the below page where you're able to click on the 'Rescheduled dates' notification. Alternatively, you can find this page