All your flights are displayed under My Flights tab.
No more need to log your times !
By taping on a flight title bar, you open the concerned flight window.
You MUST fill OUT OFF ON IN times so as your flight can considered as done and count toward the total flight time.
All fields are editable :
By taping on a field it will show up a calculator helping filling values. For planned fuel, you can add values from your OFP (TRIP fuel, TAXI IN and OUT) and by pressing OK it will convert the TOTAL from kg to t. (You can also fill values directly in t).
Filling these values calculate :
By taping the FPR button you can enter or edit your ATC Route (WPT) to display your route with any maps (wind, aurora, atlas etc…)
By clicking this icon, a popup shows the global statistical delays for this flight number. This icon appears only if you have AUTO UPDATED your flight time (see below)
You can choose to include/exclude this flight from your performance on-time stats.
See also ACARS Capture
FlightLog grabs the OOOI (OUT, OFF, ON, IN) hours from the ACARS display, using OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology, on-the-fly, even with no network.
Hit the ACARS button, scan your ACARS screen with your camera to fill block hours.
Then check block hours. Hours in green means the hours have been checked with the available block time / flight time. In red it means the scanned hours don’t fit block/flight times. You can edit one by one if needed and hit USE HOURS to fill flight data, or just close the window.
In case your ACARS screen is not recognized, just send us the picture.
Calculate your received cosmic radiation (see Cosmic Radiation) by :
see Cosmic Radiations Calculator for deeper explanation.
Click on AIRCRAFT field and select your aircraft in the dropdown list. If your tail doesn’t appear, press the + icon and add a new tailnumber. You can also use the search bar on top to help you finding your aircraft.
ANDROID : May have unexpected results
It’s also possible to locate your aircraft like Flightradar24.
See also Locate an Aircraft
You can change your origin and destination by taping the airport fields.
By taping the shield icon, you’ll open a popup where you can fill personal notes for the concerned airfield. Each flight with this airfield will fetch your notes. (Orange when note existing, light grey if not)
See Weather Briefing section
By taping this icon you’ll open a popup where you can display the calculated sunrise/sunset and moonrise/moonset times. The times are precalculated as the popup window shows, with scheduled flight time.
Then you can choose between SCHED / GPS / MANUAL.
Explained above (use scheduled flight time regardless of actual takeoff time or speed)
Uses your device’s GPS data. If no location acquired, the system uses values Alt.30000ft / Spd 400kts.
This is the more accurate way to compute the sunrise time.
The computation is running, between your position (or WPT) and destination, flying along a Great Circle, or if any is inserted, along your ATC route. The sunrise position and time will be displayed on the map. Tap on the event to see details. Track in black is night, yellow is day. The calculation is taking into account the altitude and speed of course, but also the atmosphere refraction.
By taping the button WEATHER SAT within the SUNRISE window, you’ll access to a map showing your flight and weather radar image animated. At the bottom you’ll find a range index you can grab to animate time range (10min per step).
By taping the button NORTHERN LIGHTS within the SUNRISE window, you’ll access to a map showing your flight (Great Circle or ATC Route if entered) and your chances of seeing an aurora.
You can display your chances to see auroras along your flight (great circle or ATC Route if entered)
There are actually 2 zones : PREDICTIVE aurora according to your take off time, and ACTUAL CONDITIONS, more consistant if you have WiFi on board. Predictive areas are not fully reliable as auroras events can be accurately planned 3 hours before.
The current Kp is the planetary index calculated by the NOAA.
By taping on Show 3D Earth you will display a full 3D map.
REMOVED Due to satellite data shutdown
by taping on SUNRISE icon then ATMOSPHERE button you’ll see your flight plan within a WINDS map. Your flight is truncated into several segments for which a best ground speed FL is computed, taking into account all winds at FL between FL230 and FL500. You can display different FL.
Select your FL, Mach and IAS. IAS is the speed under conversion. GS will be calculated with winds at all levels, at selected Mach with local pressure and temperature. Mach is considered as constant ; if you are flying with Cost Index, just deselect CONSTANT MACH (selected Mach will be used as reference, but computing is not so accurate as Mach can vary along cruise).
You can read the delta speed and the delta flight time in sec.
If you have previously inserted a planned trip fuel value, the array will also display a delta fuel consumption based on difference with optimum FL (these are trend values, to give an idea of the overconsumption, do not use for operational).
Here you can edit your OOOI flight times : OUT – OFF – ON – IN.
By taping on any TIME field you’ll edit the value. Taxi time and flight time (airborne and block) are automatically computed.
Average delay for this flight number are available by clicking on the update icon (see below).
Night flight time is automatically computed. You may also edit it by clicking on it.
There is actually two methods :
By clicking these icons you’ll access to the general Airport delay Status. You may know by this way if you are likely to hold on destination (or departure).
Here you can insert your DL code. Below will be displayed the IATA signification. By taping on this title, you’ll have a popup where you can see the full description of the DL code.
The DL codes are also used in STATS page.
Insert here your arrival stand. Parking stands are used in STATS page where you can see all stands used, by airport.
You can insert here your RWY used for Takeoff and Landing. These informations are also used in STATS page.
If RWY is missing you can add and manage your own runways. Tap on +ADD NEW RWY and fill orientation. Press STORE to save then back to the flight : your new created runway should be available.
Select your type of approach. Selecting CATIII/II will set your flight as automatic landing.
Select your function on board (PIC, SIC, PICus, INS…). Selecting SIC, PICus, SPIC or DUAL will display the field NAME PIC required for EASA PDF export. Your flight time is then dispatched in PDF right column (PIC SIC DUAL INS)
By selecting SIC / SPIC / PICus or DUAL will display NAME PIC field. By clicking on it you can edit the Instructor name and also a signature pad will show to get his signature. The signature will show on PDF logbook export.
Here you can select how many takeoffs and landings you performed.
(requested by FAA) Night landing is automatic. Adding a landing will check if sun is 6 deg below horizon or not at landing time on destination. If you need to manually force night landing true or false, just tap on “Landing” title. A moon icon is shown if night landing is true.
By allowing it in Settings, you can see a new field with 3 buttons. FROM airport DATA, DESTINATION airport DATA, and a REPORT button.
Please refer to OPS Data section.
This is a CPT tool to manage your jumpseat requests, ahead of your flight.
Tap on the field to open the popup window :
Then you can add (+) a new JPS, delete or edit (swap to the left) and also sort your JPS.
> When entering a new JPS, a local notification will remind you 50min before flight (you have to allow notification prompt)
DETAILS field is generally used to report your crew names. Tap on the field to edit.
By pressing the [•••] button you’ll display a contextual menu (aka action sheet) with several actions :
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