|Type||Privately held company|
|Worldwide, predominantly UK, France and Germany|
|Products||Mobile app, website|
Wingly is an international company based in Paris, France. Running an online flightsharing platform, they connect passengers and local private pilots. Private pilots can offer seats on their flights departing from local aerodromes. The website is part of the sharing economy. When offering a flight, the pilot shares the operational expenses with their passengers.
Pilots are not allowed to make a profit, but they can split the direct costs of the flight equally with the passengers.
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