If you’re like us, then the sound of an aircraft flying overhead causes you to stop whatever you’re doing and look up. We’re already hooked on aviation. That’s why we formed Fly GA.


Specialising in guiding you towards your first licence

Fly General Aviation — ‘Fly GA’ for short — is here to help you become a pilot. We don’t run our own flight school. We just point you in the direction you need to go if you want to begin flying.

Right from the very beginning of your journey we aim to link you to your local flight school, as well as provide information, guidance, and the specialist tools you need to succeed as an aviation student. That’s our goal.


We manufacture our own products

We’re a growing company. Our small range of Aviation Tools were designed by aviation students & instructors, and are made exclusively for Fly GA. There’s several more products in the pipeline, set for launch in 2018.

Rest assured that everything bought from Fly GA is speedily dispatched directly from Amazon UK. This also means you’ll benefit from free delivery on orders over £20.

We promise to keep our products at lower prices than our competitors.


► Our PPL exam question bank offers excellent value to Students & Schools

We’ve developed our own PPL Exam Practice platform — AeroExam — for aviation students to test and review their knowledge online. It’s currently in the beta testing phase.

Whilst it’s not yet released to the public, we’re very proud to have produced one of the most extensive PPL(A) exam question banks available in the UK. We plan to offer the AeroExam service at fair rate, and hope it will be useful to the aviation community.


► We aim to make our Pilot’s Blog #1 for UK aviation students

The Pilot Blog’s main contributors have 5+ years experience in flying. We know what it takes to become a pilot, and understand the challenges one faces as an aviation student.

We’ll be filming flight tutorials, providing PPL tips, reviewing aviation products, and telling you where to go for the best simulators or flight experiences. We’re aiming to publish a stream of aviation content that guides both new and existing pilots.


To learn more about becoming a pilot, read this first: 

How Do I Become A Pilot? How Do I Learn To Fly?


For help finding your way around this site, check out this post: 

The Fly GA Pilot’s Blog — For Those New To Aviation