Ian leslie 2007-08-15 01:34:08
you will need to remove NOspam from the e-mail address.
Larry fransson 2007-08-15 01:34:11
For which platform?
Aviation software for Mac OS X!
Jim weir 2007-08-15 01:34:16
I’m not a big fan of logshare, in that the data does not reside on my machine,
and the data can be accessed by hackers.
I’m still waiting to find a good shareware for the Windoze/Excel/Access
environment with few/no bells and whistles.
shared these priceless pearls of wisdom:
->> Hi All,
->> Is there some software that will record your piolts log
->> elcetronically, Free or shareware. Ideally it will compute leg
->> lenghts (as crow flies from ICAO airport codes)
->> If anyone can tell me it would be a great help.
->> Yours hopefully,
->Doesn’t have the leg lengths, but check out www.logshare.com
Jim Weir (A&P/IA, CFI, & other good alphabet soup)
VP Eng RST Pres. Cyberchapter EAA Tech. Counselor
Ed ludlow 2007-08-16 07:29:00
Nosegear 2007-08-16 07:29:01
Check www.polarisms.com for Aerolog Pro. Also does the leg lengths . . Not
the cheapest but I think it’s the best.
Peter 2007-08-16 07:29:04
Does anyone know what requirements, if any, does the *UK* CAA have for
One instructor told me a while ago that the CAA stopped him using a PC
for his (inevitably rather voluminous) logbook. However I can’t see
why one could not use a “computerised” record provided one prints out
each page, signs it and files it in some sort of a ring binder.
I have to maintain five logbooks:
– personal logbook
– journey logbook
– airframe logbook
– engine logbook
– propeller logbook
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Journeyman@gri 2007-08-26 09:36:43
[Jumping into the thread late]
That doesn’t address the second issue.
Besides, once you have the raw data in a parseable text format (like,
say, Comma-Separated Values), what do you need some third-party software
for? Throw it into your favorite spreadsheet or write a Perl script.
It’s a good introductory programming exercise.
I’ve kept my paper logbook for the legal record, but I’ve typed the
data into Lisp-style lists. Then, I can do queries on stuff that
isn’t built in: “how much night solo time do I have?”, “How many
landings have I done at a particular airport?” etc.