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Automated Pilot Logbooks

Just imagine having your logbook filled out each time you fly! No more getting behind and forgetting it's all done automatically after each IFR flight flown.

You also have the ability to maintain your aircraft maintenance records, as well as in flight monitoring with online maps.

Additionally you can...

Manage Pilot Currency Requirements

Manage flight currency, flight review, training, as much as you desire. After setting up your pilot account you have the ability to receive alerts before items come due.

Online Maps

While in flight those online can log into your account and see your aircraft as you fly. Flight map updates are at 5 minute intervals.


Flight Alerts

You can enter a persons email or cell phone into your Flight Alert notifications. This will keep those in need aware of your aircraft's take off, 30 minutes out, landing, and/or overdue status as desired.

No need for people at your destination to sit and wait, they can get a text message when your 30 minutes out!

There are 4 methods for recording flight data...

... logging into the pilot's log book account

Each pilot gets an individual log book account. After signing into the account flight time time can be entered. That information populates the pilots logbook, as well as the operators flight activity reports.

... logging into the owner/operator account

Logging into the operator's account will allow adding and editing all flight activity. Flights can be entered manually like the pilot account, or imported as described below. You can also edit or delete flight history.

... logging into the owner/operator account and auto importing

The operator account also has the ability to import flight history. After logging in you can simply select the "Import Flights" option. The system looks up your flight history and compares to the logged flights. If the imported flights are not logged, they are displayed so that you can select, edit, and import them.

... from your cell phone, or PDA

When a pilot is assigned to a flight, a message is sent to your cell phone or PDA asking if you would like to log the flight. Example "welcome to Miami, respond with Y to log flight."

This option will log that flight into the pilot's logbook automatically. You can edit the flight leg if desired, and add currency requirements such as instrument time, holding, and notes.

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