Web Success for North London Flying School

13th November 2014

We’re absolutely delighted with North London Flying School’s website. The school came to us for a new site, booking system, and help with their social media to reach out to people who are interested in a flying experience or even gaining a pilot license.

The new, clean design makes it easy for people to find and book the flight experience that they’d like, while strong branding ensures that the site and school are memorable.


But we don’t just focus on design – our team works on page architecture, meta data and other on-site markers to ensure that each site has an excellent foundation for SEO. North London Flying School is an excellent example of that approach – as well as increasing conversions, the site ranks at #1 on Google for almost every single keyword phrase including ‘flying school’, ‘flying lessons London’, and ‘flying courses in the UK’.

SEO rankings for flying school site

The site has been so successful that the flying school is now expanding and considering a new business model, with other flying schools working under their franchise to expand the brand and set up additional schools throughout the UK.

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“Working with Chris and Spencer at Innermedia has had a substantial impact on our flying school business since we launched the new website around 2 years ago, not only has the site attracted interest from our competitors most importantly our customers frequently tell us that they love the site and chose us because of it. We also realised the importance of SEO campaigns as even if you have a great website you need to be able to guide customers to it through search engines such as Google. We really appreciate what they have done for us and recommend anyone to work with them to provide raise the presence of their online marketing within their business.” – Sue Hart, Marketing Manager for the North London Flying School


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