U-FLY Wanaka

Your Safety Is Our Priority

At U-Fly Wanaka we have a 100% Safety Record. We take safety seriously and take pride in maintaining a 100% safety record after three decades of flying and flight training.

We also pride ourselves on delivering the highest quality flight training available in New Zealand. Our pilots range from B Category to C Category instructors who have thousands of hours of flying time in this breathtakingly beautiful region combined. This means you can trust our team of instructors to take care of you during your lessons or your scenic flight. Some of them even learned to fly right here at U-Fly so they understand exactly how to train you to fly in these unique conditions and surroundings. Wanaka is well-known around the world for being an exceptional aviation destination – so give us a call today and book your flying experience tomorrow with U-Fly!

Trial Flights

Scenic Flights

Aerobatic Flights

Flight Training

Cessna C-172

The Cessna 172 is an American four seater, single engine, high wing light aircraft, and is one of the most common aircraft for flight training. It’s one of the most popular aircrafts in the world and is a real joy to fly. They handle beautifully, are comfortable, and there’s space to take a friend on your lessons!

Cruise Speed: 100 knot

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Piper PA-28 Cherokee

The Piper PA-28 is a four seater ,single engine craft built by Piper Aircraft. These little gems were designed for flight training and personal use, and are great to fly – perfect for your first flight or learning to navigate the stunning mountains around the Wanaka region.

Cruise Speed:100 knot

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Twin-engine Aircraft

Watch this space for our twin-engine aircraft – coming soon! I know, we can’t wait either!

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a question it may be in the list below

Anyone!! Just about anyone can learn to fly. You can find out if flying suits you by taking a trial flight with our friendly instructors.
There are many pilots who wear glasses. It is not an issue that would prevent you from following a career in aviation.
About 30 minutes before your flight time, but remember to check with us for a weather report before you come to the airport. Email or phone us during business hours.
You can control the aircraft for almost the entire flight. It's easy, just relax!