This page provides example sentences of the verb "Fly" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form fly / Past Simple flew / Past Participle flown / Gerund flying
I usually fly by Aeroflot.
Present Simple Passive
Aeroflot is flown by thousands of customers.
We are flying to San Diego next week.
Present Continuous Passive
A 747 is being flown to New York.
She has flown many times in her life.
Present Perfect Passive
A 777 has recently been flown to Chicago.
Present Perfect Continuous
We have been flying for more than five hours.
George flew to Miami last week.
Past Simple Passive
A small airplane was flown to the village.
He was flying to Chicago when he telephoned his boss.
Past Continuous Passive
A small airplane was being flown to the village when I checked.
They had just flown to London when they decided to return home immediately.
Past Perfect Passive
The new jet had been flown many times by the test pilot before it was approved.
Past Perfect Continuous
They had been flying for four hours when they landed.
Jack will fly to the meeting.
Future (will) passive
A small jet will be flown to the meeting.
Future (going to)
He is going to fly to Houston next week.
Future (going to) passive
A 777 is going to be flown to Chicago.
This time next week we will be flying to Mexico.
They will have flown to Toronto by the end of the day.
She might fly to Rome.
If she flies to Rome, she will stay at the Cosmo.
If she flew to Rome, she would stay at the Cosmo.
Past Unreal Conditional
If she had flown to Rome, she would have stayed at the Cosmo.
Mark should fly to the meeting.
He must have flown to the meeting.