Aviators' Wellbeing Consultant

Created by Aviators for Aviators

Who We Are

AvioFit is a collaboration of highly-qualified professionals from the aviation, human factors, aviation-psychology and health & fitness sectors focussed on the development of sustainable wellbeing solutions.


To promote, help and support the physical and mental wellbeing of aviation frontline personnel (pilots, cabin crew, ATC’s and AC engineers) through the integration of wellbeing education within CRM training.

Our approach is to:

  • MEASURE the specificity of the challenging aviation lifestyle and environment
  • INTEGRATE theoretical and practical wellbeing education programs
  • FOCUS on proactively building positive relationships between individuals and their organisations

To build a sustainable aviation wellbeing culture and reduce the disconnection between regulators and operators.


To enhance a safety culture by focussing on the human aspect of the aviation industry.

What We Do

Our Solution

Together with our aviation, health & fitness and aviation-psychology experts, we have designed a series of targeted and unique educational wellbeing modules, introduced as part of the current CRM training. Our education solutions, derived from our collective experience and knowledge in the aviation industry, promotes wellbeing in a realistic and specific way for frontline personnel.

Industry Research
75% Human Error

Approximately 70% – 80% of aviation accidents are due to human error (IATA 2015).

Most of human error in aviation is caused by:

  • Fatigue
  • Stress
  • Workload pressure
  • Lack of awareness
  • Lack of communication
  • Lack of resources

Aviation Wellbeing Conference 2019

Europe’s first aviation wellbeing conference addressed to decision makers took place on the 25th April 2019.


From its inception, Aviofit is focused on shaping the world of aviation performance through the promotion and continued development of a culture of wellbeing. The primary benefits for our industry are:

Improved safety and security for crew and passengers

Improved customer service

Retention of staff


Decreased absenteeism

Reduced risk factors

Enhanced public perception of the aviation industry