FLYER launches #GetBritainFlyingAgain

Get Britain Flying Again

To celebrate the fact that we can now fly again, and to help get General Aviation back on its feet, FLYER magazine is launching the #GetBritainFlyingAgain campaign (yes, we know that for now we can only fly in England).

The campaign consists of several elements:

FLYER free landing fees

Yes, the exclusive free landing fees in the May, June and July issues of FLYER magazine are valid, but we’re asking people to consider buying some food or fuel where available.
These are tough times for many in aviation, especially airfields which are the ‘frontline’ of light aviation, so let’s all do what we can, however small, to help us all get through this.

If you are likely to visit somewhere regularly, consider buying a landing card or club membership if that includes landings. It helps cash flow for the airfield and assists with social distancing.

Video guides

Starting with the airfields featured in the FLYER free landing fee pages, we’ll be working with owners and managers to create a short video series that will provide a great opportunity for airfields to promote themselves and for flyers to find out more before visiting. These days, it’s more important than ever to PPR (Prior Permission Required).

Match funding

For all aviation businesses booking advertising with FLYER before the end of June, we will match your investment and double either the size or frequency of your advertising (and yes, that includes regular advertisers and those with existing bookings. Contact Zoe on our commercial team to find out more.

Airfields: send us your news!

We know that things change rapidly, so why not let us help you keep your flying customers informed?

Send your airfield news and we’ll find the best way of spreading the word. Email [email protected]

Don’t forget to tell us about your plans for reopening so we can pass it on.

Better Business

Prompted by a post in the fabulous FLYER Forum (click here), We are going to share ideas and suggestions for making aviation businesses better. That means constructive ideas, not sagas from moaning minnies!



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