Aircraft maintenance

Track and store all aircraft maintenance details

Flylogs provides you with a straightforward tool to store information on any past or future maintenance jobs that affect your aircraft. This tool enables better communication throughout your company and improves situational awareness for your crew, flight scheduling, and aircraft mechanics.

Future maintenance windows will automatically block the scheduling agenda of the plane, and after the maintenance is performed and the CRS maintenance record is signed, the information will remain stored in the aircraft maintenance logs for ever.

Maintenance edit form

If we had this maintenance previously planned, we will not need to create a new one.

Open the maintenance, or create a new one, and enter the data of the job.

Make sure you specify correctly this 4 key elements:

  • Start and Finish date time of the job (past or future)

  • Maintenance descriptive job name

  • Airframe hours at the time of the job is done

  • Validity flight hours

For already performed maintenance jobs:

Do not forget to check the CRS signed checkbox. Checking this box activates the remaining flight time counter and the associated warnings to pilots.

Future maintenance windows:

You can schedule future maintenance jobs. Select a future date for start/finish and Flylogs will automatically block this aircraft schedule for the selected date range.

In this case, there is no need to specify a validity period, you can do this once the maintenance has been performed and the CRS has been signed.

Read more about scheduled maintenance windows.

Maintenance validity tracker

Once a maintenance is performed and you or your mechanic check the CRS signed checkbox, Flylogs will keep track of the aircraft flight time available for the next maintenance window.

As example taken from the first screenshot on this page, the aircraft airframe was at 84:39 and the validity of the maintenance is 50 hours. Flylogs will SUM the airframe hours of the last CRS with the entered validity flight hours.

So the aircraft will have potential to fly until 134:39 hours. Remember to check the CRS signed checkbox and save the maintenance.

Flylogs displays this information in your aircraft page and also in your manager home page:

Flight time maintenance due warning

Every time a new flight is created, Flylogs will check the aircraft maintenance period. If the remaining hours are less than the entered flight hours, an error will be triggered alerting the flight crew of the aircraft´s upcomming maintenance.

This message is an advisory, and the crew has the option to by-pass it.

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