skybook allows for the recording of Journey Log information such as block times, fuel usage, de-icing, ground services, delay records and commander's reports.
skybook stores all planned and actual flight data, providing you with a valuable repository of information that you can use to analyse your operational performance.
Our Journey Log module allows your crew to record their voyage information digitally, removing the need for reliance on outdated paper copy that is difficult to extract useful information from. All information is recorded within the skybook flight record vault and once the commander has signed the voyage off, it is then available for anyone with the correct privileges to report on and analyse.
Crew can record delays, de-icing activity, ground services, crew, fuel & waypoint information as well as commander's reports.
Journey log information can be recorded at any time and is added to the skybook record vault for reporting and analysis by anyone with the correct privileges.
Displays a list of crew members rostered to a sector and allows the commander to alter the crew and their duty times. Crew information is obtained from either the airlines crew rostering system via the skybook API or entered manually. The commander can record extension of duty periods within this module.
Multiple de-icing records can be recorded. Items that are entered for each record include:
Delays can be accounted for, these delays can be either departure or arrival delays. Users can select a standard delay code, enter a delay duration and supply a description of the issue causing the delay. Multiple delay records can be recorded.
Allows the crew to record reports that will be distributed to various departments on the ground.
Any number of ground service activities can be recorded such as:
Our form builder allows you to create any form, enabling custom data to be recorded into the flight record vault. You can choose from a standard set of input boxes to design your form and enter validation parameters.