Yes, I know I said I was going but somebody is either winding us up or can’t do their sums, a little worrying for a pilot.
Hmm... so , let’s say 2 hours for the return trip at £375/hr = £750 equally shared.
So, pilot + 2 px =£ 250 each = £85 less than advertised.
Pilot + 3 px = £187.50 each = £65.50 less than advertised.
Pilot + 4 px = £150 each = £53.00 less than advertised.
So, for the pilot, the first would be an unequal share costing only £80 and the second two would make the pilot a profit of £9 and £62.
All of the above three would certainly not comply with Wingly’s own rules requiring equal sharing and as such would apparently invalidate the insurance. I checked.
And, presumably, the pilot hopes that passengers can’t do sums either and won’t discover what the hourly rate is!
Time, perhaps, for the honest Wingly supporters and members to query this with Wingly, perhaps, just in case Wingly haven’t noticed? (...he said, with tongue firmly in cheek!).
Oh, and there is one section on the Wingly website that appears to have been written by Yoda from Star Wars!