Flight & Duty program or spreadsheet??

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Flight & Duty program or spreadsheet??

Postby Tugga » Thu Aug 9 2012, 05:52

Anyone have an Xcel spreadsheet or program for keep ing an electronic logbook?
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Re: Flight & Duty program or spreadsheet??

Postby pilotheli » Thu Aug 9 2012, 06:27

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Re: Flight & Duty program or spreadsheet??

Postby LVDT » Thu Aug 9 2012, 06:49

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Re: Flight & Duty program or spreadsheet??

Postby Snowcarver04 » Thu Aug 9 2012, 07:17

Capt Hollywood had a really good spreadsheet. Send him a PM
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Re: Flight & Duty program or spreadsheet??

Postby cassidy_copter » Fri Aug 10 2012, 00:12

Shoot me a PM and I will reply with my email. I have 3 variations. One from a BS member.

If you are clever with Excel you can cut and paste or combine them to suit.

I feel if you do not store or back up in more than one location, then your flying records are highly vulnerable to being forever lost.

Also, I get Examiners and Instructors to Endorse the flight entry, as evidence. Often many employers will want to see training records or signatures and stamps, in Pilot Logbooks.

In at least a couple different overseas locations, the employers want to see the logbook stamped or certified by the previous employer, due to cheats. Hard to provide them that necessary evidence, if it is in electronic form.

Also, I found in one day I had flown so many legs and flown so much that I was tired, at the end of my duty day. Re-living it (in logbook form) was the last thing I wanted to do, especially when the Crew Rest was minimal . . .

With the electronic version, while convenient, a pilot will omit many necessary details of a flight, especially if he needs to reconstruct a flight sequence for some future purpose.

My thoughts. However, you are welcome to what I have.
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Re: Flight & Duty program or spreadsheet??

Postby Zabar » Sat Aug 11 2012, 11:36

I have been using Safelog on PC and iPhone for several years and find it very powerful yet easy to use.
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Re: Flight & Duty program or spreadsheet??

Postby Flyting » Mon Aug 13 2012, 19:18

Check here http://www.electrocution.com/aviation/ under useful downloads half way down
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Re: Flight & Duty program or spreadsheet??

Postby jbl » Wed Sep 4 2013, 11:55

Hi Slappers,
I am looking for a flight and duty times excel spreadsheet, does anyone have a simple one that they would be happy to share?
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Re: Flight & Duty program or spreadsheet??

Postby rex bivouac » Mon Mar 19 2018, 02:10

Does anyone have a good spreadsheet or app they can recommend to keep track of flight and duty?

I am too computer illiterate to make one myself!!

Cheers.

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