Stefan Drury: Net Worth, Job and YouTube Earnings (2024)

Things You Didn’t Know About This Aviation Enthusiast

Published: October 30, 2022

Last updated: January 6, 2024

By Joshua Smith πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

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Welcome to the ultimate analysis of Stefan Drury for 2024.

I’ve spent thousands of hours watching aviators on YouTube. Very few people know that I’m planning to fly around the world. I first watch this interview and got hooked:

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You’re probably curious what job allows him to fly so much, so read on…

Stefan Drury Overview


πŸ’‘Full Name and Age

Stefan Drury is 38 years old. He’s from the UK originally (so no, that’s not a Melbourne accent) but he’s been in Australia for 10 years.

πŸ€‘ Net Worth

He’s almost a millionaire…

As of 2024, I estimate that Stefan Drury has a net worth of $950,000 AUD.

This is based upon the value of his plane and online business.

🀩 Income Streams

Affiliate marketing, YouTube ads and brand sponsorships.

🌍 Location

Stefan lives in the outskirts of Melbourne, Australia. He has chosen to live in a tiny home that is beautiful. Sidenote: I’m building a tiny home of my own!

✌️Common Praise

He’s well-natured and down to earth.

❌ Notable Complaints

None that I could find.

πŸš€ The X-Factor

He’s got to do some cool experiences (such as landing at Melbourne’s international airport) that few pilots will ever get to experience.

πŸ“ˆ Creator Trends

His popularity continues to increase in the aviation sector.

πŸ•΅πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ Private Life

Stefan Drury has a girlfriend, but little is known about her.

πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» My Verdict

His content is super enjoyable, even if you never intend to fly a plane.

About Me

I’m Joshua Smith from Australia. I have been building profitable content sites since 2011.

Today, in addition to managing my own portfolio, I actively help others on their journey.

How much does Stefan Drury make and how?

Stefan Drury had a job as a business consultant and operated a digital marketing business called Fly Digital, and did YouTube on the side. Unfortunately, the Pandemic prematurely ended his career and he decided to go full-time on his dream of being a travel vlogger and it’s paid off well.

Stefan probably makes $17,000 Australian dollars per month on YouTube. He’s achieving these strong numbers through:

➜ Affiliate links to his camera gear

➜ YouTube ads that play during his videos

➜ Brand sponsorships (although he’s picky about these)

As noted above, this brings Stefan’s net worth to $970k.

Creator Praise

His audience (of which I’m one of them) really praises him for:

➜ His incredibly good editing skills

➜ Avoiding clickbait and jumpcuts

➜ Making his videos a complete story

➜ Inspiring many people to live their best lives

And while he’s been on YouTube for 7 years, it’s early days yet. He won’t be stopping anytime soon and I’ll definitely be staying on as a subscriber.

Creator Red Flags

With YouTube fame also comes some mild controversy, but this has eluded Stefan. Apart from a couple of air traffic incidents, he has avoided many issues that other pilots face. I recall the issues that Trent Palmer had when he lost his license for a month.

The X Factor

Stefan is unique because:

➜ He was able to land at Melbourne International Airport in his little airplane

➜ He doesn’t try to oversell his flights or experiences

➜ He bought his own plane for cash (and he explains how that process worked)

➜ He provides realistic advice to aspiring hobby pilots

He’s also not afraid to crack a joke and appeals to everyday people.

My Verdict

Ultimately, watching his aviation videos on Youtube is the perfect reprieve from a heavy work week. Yes, even digital nomads like me do get burned out.

Stefan inspired me to get my private pilot’s license and eventually buy my own airplane.

I do look forward to seeing him at Oskosh one day, or even just locally here in Australia.

My key takeaways include:

➜ Start working on your side hustle to fund flying

➜ Working remotely can fund your adventures

➜ Learning to fly isn’t easy, but it isn’t hard either

➜ Find a mentor who’s willing to work with you

And definitely don’t give up on your dream.

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