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Online--Matthew C Martino's brainchild Lets Fly Academy is set to expand and branch out. This is despite the academy's holding company Lets Fly brand declaring a £20,000 loss late in 2013.

The London based aviation consultancy firm which currently provides resources for training pilots and aviation enthusiasts will be opening a new retail wing towards the end of the year heading towards early 2015. The retail wing will focus on selling pilot equipment and training materials and it aims to beat recommended retail prices.

Carol Suvarov the Academy's publicist told us 'It gives me great honour to announce that we will be increasing our operations at Lets Fly Academy , we have seen a demand in the market and we aim to fulfil it . We won't break our aim of providing support for aspiring pilots and we are looking into part funding the cost of equipment and training materials so we can sell them at a reduced rate'

Lets Fly Academy is a part of Lets Fly brand which consists of pilot manual Lets Fly, and iTunes app Lets Fly.

The loss reported by the Lets Fly brand in late 2013 was thought to have been caused by the book giveaways of Lets Fly pilot manual and Lets Fly's app being made free on the AppStore. Group chairman Matthew C Martino was primary.

For more information, visit the Lets Fly Academy website at ###



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