briansommers

Any app/software that automatically keeps track of OOOI times?

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Do real world pilots have anything available to them that allows them to keep track of block out, off, on, block in times automatically?

Or do they still need to write this stuff down manually?

 

 

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What I have noticed on the newer engine analyzers and Jepp FD Pro, they track the time for you.

 

On the aircraft software, it uses engine start and the weight on wheels switch then creates a log that you can pull in a menu.

 

Jepp FD Pro coupled to a ADS-B receiver will make a logbook entry for you after the flight.

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On 10/17/2016 at 10:03 AM, briansommers said:

Do real world pilots have anything available to them that allows them to keep track of block out, off, on, block in times automatically?

Or do they still need to write this stuff down manually?

 

 

Yes. Some pilots still write them down manually from the ACARS. Others, like myself, use a subscription based application called APDL that allows us to import our crew cards into the app or enter our legs manually, and then it'll pull the OOOI times automatically after each flight. It does several other things as well that help us to manage our schedules and stay organized. I live by this app. A full description of the app can be found here: http://nc-software.com/apdl-airline-pilot-logbook-for-far-117

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