CrewConnect downloads your roster from your company’s server and they add “awesome” features to your roster. They support a large number of airlines around the world and it is likely your airline is supported.
We will write another article within the next few weeks about the awesome-ness of CrewConnect. For today, we will be focusing on their “LogTen Export” feature.
LogTen Pro X is an electronic logbook for pilots. With LogTen Pro, you’re able to keep track of the flying hours and export your hours as PDFs in various logbook formats. With LogTen Pro‘s Radar feature, you will also be able to track various parameters such as your running 28 days duty hours and running 28 days flying hours.
Well, why not? Especially if the alternative method is to manually enter the details (flight number, date of flight, departure time, arrival time, scheduled times, duty times, departure airport, arrival airport etc….) of every flight. If there was a way to save you time, shouldn’t you adopt that?
Automatically exporting these data reduces the chances of errors and makes your data in LogTen Pro X less prone to human input errors.
Since LogTen Pro X only runs on the iOS (iPhone and iPad) and on your Mac, only Apple users are able to enjoy this feature (time to switch?). The export feature requires you to be running CrewConnect on your iPhone and LogTen Pro X on the same iPhone.
First, you must download your roster from your company using CrewConnect.
CrewConnect will ask you which flights you’ll like to export. Select the flights and tap on “Export”. Read the pro-tip at the end of this article about how many days ahead do I export these flights.
LogTen Pro X will automatically open up and show a prompt to confirm you will be importing flights from CrewConnect. Click on “Yes” to add the flights.
Your newly added flights will now appear in LogTen Pro X in Orange.
This is how the details of each exported flight look like in LogTen Pro X.
You will notice that a lot of the details have already been imported for you. After each flight, I will only fill in the following details
I generally export only the next few flights into LogTen Pro one to two days ahead of time, as opposed to exporting the entire month’s roster. The reason for this is because of the likelihood of changes in flight throughout the month.
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