Today, each European private pilot can post a flight-sharing with the only restrictions imposed by his license in terms of passenger carriage. However, for a flight-sharing, pilots are required to complete three take-offs and three landings in the last three month on the aircraft used.
Owner or leaseholder?
You are the owners:
The owners have no restriction on using their aircraft for flight-sharing.
You rent your aircraft in a private structure:
Pilots should ask the structure manager if the aircraft can be used for flight-sharing.
You rent your aircraft in an associative structure like airclubs:
The pilots are invited to discuss it with the managers of their airclub to know their position on flight-sharing. Indeed, each flying club can introduce a different policy regarding shared-cost flights since today every pilot who is up to date with his passenger carriage can legally make a flight-sharing.