United Youth Aviators - Aviation Program

Mobile App Development for Aviation Training

The app is designed to help the administrators and students of UYA to manage schedules and logbooks with ease at the comfort of their fingertips.
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Client Profile

United Youth Aviators (UYA) is the brainchild of two friends who share a deep passion for the aviation industry. One of the founders fulfilled his childhood dream by earning his Airman’s Certificate (Private Pilot License) and recently obtained his Federal Aviation Administration Certified Flight Instrument Instructor License (CFII). Together, they envisioned creating a platform to inspire and educate the next generation of aviators.

UYA needed a mobile application to help both the administrators and students of the academy. The main goals were to:

  • Align classes efficiently
  • Manage schedules seamlessly
  • Maintain logs accurately

Our team developed a user-friendly mobile application specifically tailored to meet these needs. The app includes features designed to streamline the coordination between the admin and the students to handle scheduled classes, pickups and logs without any errors with ease.

The structured and accessible platform ensures that the academy runs smoothly, allowing both students and administrators to focus on their passion for flying.

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Project Highlights

Scheduling in app


New York, US



Business Model

Fixed Cost


iOS, Android

Solution Offered


Youth Aviator Management: Administrators can easily add new youth aviators and manage their profiles, keeping all student information organized and up-to-date.

Class Scheduling: Scheduling classes and inviting students is straightforward and efficient. The app ensures all participants are informed and ready for their sessions.

Class Log Approval: Administrators can approve or deny class logs with ease, ensuring accurate record-keeping and compliance with training standards.

Training Content Management: The app allows administrators to manage training content, including videos and images, providing a rich resource library for students to access anytime.

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Youth Aviators (Students)

Approve Class Invites: Students can approve class invites, allowing them to confirm their participation in upcoming sessions.

Add Class Logs: Students can add their own class logs, helping them keep track of their progress and stay engaged with their training.

Access Help Videos: Students have access to class help videos, providing additional support and resources to enhance their learning experience.

View Class Schedules: Students can view their class schedules in real-time, ensuring they are always aware of upcoming sessions and any changes.

Receive Notifications: Students receive notifications for class invites, schedule changes, and new training content, keeping them informed and up-to-date.

Project Challenges

Designing an Easy-to-Navigate App:
Creating an intuitive user interface was crucial to ensure both administrators and youth aviators could navigate the app effortlessly. The team at Zorior designed a clean and simple layout that minimizes complexity and enhances usability.

Establishing Real-Time Sync for Class Schedules:
Ensuring that class schedules are updated in real time for both administrators and youth aviators was a significant challenge. The well experienced team at Zorior created mechanisms to manage conflicts, such as simultaneous schedule changes, to maintain data integrity and accuracy.

Syncing Logs and Their Status:
Accurate and real-time synchronization of class logs and their status between administrators and youth aviators was essential.
The team at Zorior established and developed comprehensive status tracking to provide clear and up-to-date information on log approvals, denials, and pending actions.

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Final Result


Better brand recall


 Increased online orders