Airpaper Logbook open beta arrives!

Patrick Dorrington - 10.02.2017

Today we are very glad to announce the availability of the Airpaper Logbook open beta. We are very excited to hear feedback from all users to see how we may improve and extend Airpaper Logbook to become the best digital flight logbook on the market.

The open beta also comes with some major improvements to the dashboard view. The dashboard now shows an overview of all your flights you have logged on Airpaper Logbook, including such basic things like block and air times, but also a map overview of all airports visited. You can also filter the data shown on your dashboard by year, to see an overview of one specific year.

We hope you like the new features and as always, please don’t hesitate to provide us feedback at support@airpaper.eu.

Kind regards
The Airpaper Team

New server for Airpaper Logbook

Patrick Dorrington - 04.11.2016

Hello all,

we are glad to report that we have successfully migrated Airpaper Logbook to a new server. We have monitored site loading improvements of up to 60%. We are continuously improving Airpaper Logbook behind the scenes to improve the speed of the application so you can log your flights as fast and easy as possible - so you have more time for what matters: flying.

Regards
Team Airpaper

Improved and simplified flight list view

Patrick Dorrington - 22.02.2016

Hello all,

Thanks to the continuous feedback of our beta testers, we have updated the flight list view with a new, simplified layout:

Compared to the old layout, the date is now displayed in a much more compact way allowing you to see more flights at once while also being clear and coherent. We hope you like the new layout.

Regards
Team Airpapr

New flight filter

Patrick Dorrington - 18.09.2015

We are happy to announce a mayor improvement we added to Airpapr Logbook. Until now, it was only possible to filter your flight list by date and the flight rule. But often you need more detailed analysis of your flight history. How often have I flown one type? How many NVFR block time have I accumulated this year? From now on all this is possible as you can now filter flights by each parameter you have entered with a flight. You can also combine filters to get just the results you need.

On the flight page, there is now a single button labeled search.

When clicked, the search filed is expanded with all search fields displayed. You may use any combination of the search fields to get the results you need. Empty search fields are not used in the filter. As soon as a filter is active, the filtered results are shown in the default flight list. You may reset the filter via the "Reset" button.

When a filter is active, a second button is shown next to the search button informing you a filter is currently active. Clicking on the button de-activates the filter and all flights are displayed.

We also updated the airport database search filed. We added individual fields to search via ICAO, IATA Identifier or airport name.

We hope the new features will enable you to get more insight into your flight activities and help you get the information you need.

We hope like the new changes. Anything you like? Don't like? Something we should do better or you would like to see in Airpapr Logbook? Drop us a mail via feedback {at} airpapr {dot} com!

Regards
Team Airpaper

Flight Simulator Training Device time and PF/PNF

Patrick Dorrington - 17.05.2015

Hello all,

last week we add some new features to Airpapr Logbook for commercial pilots: Now when adding a new flight to your logbook it is possible to add Flight Simulator Training Device times. You can now mark entries as FSTD times and also specify which type of FSTD was used.

Additionally, you can now also mark if a flight was carried out as Pilot Flying (PF) or Pilot Non-Flying (PNF) or Pilot Monitoring (PM). We also updated the layout of the “add Flight” input – we have now grouped the inputs into two different sections. The first on is mandatory information needed for any kind of flight, whereas the second part contains inputs for optimal information which may only needed for commercial flights.

We hope like the new changes. Anything you like? Don't like? Something we should do better or you would like to see in Airpapr Logbook? Drop us a mail via feedback {at} airpapr {dot} com!

Regards
Team Airpaper

License management, updated dashboard

Patrick Dorrington - 03.01.2015

Happy New Year, everyone! And to get into the new year we have a mayor Airpapr Logbook update with a lot of improvements and new features:

Licences: Form now on you can manage your licences and ratings with Airpapr Logbook. Licences with limited validity are highlighted in different colours so on can easily see when a license will run out.

Improved dashboard: The dashboard has completely been reworked. It now features among other things a overview of all flights, flown aircraft, visited airports as well as the your flight rule time. If you now can also view your annually statistics for the current and last year. The new dashboard also includes an indicator that shows your current status of the EASA 90 day rule.

Improved input for entering new flights:

  • Flight times are now correctly validated before being saved - thus you can't accidentally enter a airborne time instead of an off-block time.
  • Improved order of flight time inputs: The order of flight time input has been changed so that when moving form one input field to the next one via the tab key on your keyboard, the times are in the order you would expect (off-block, airborne, landing and on-block).

We hope like the new changes. Anything you like? Don't like? Something we should do better or you would like to see in Airpapr Logbook? Drop us a mail via feedback {at} airpapr {dot} com!

Regards
Team Airpaper

Airpapr Lobook closed beta now available

Patrick Dorrington - 13.05.2014

Hello all,

We are happy to announce that the Airpapr Logbook closed beta is now available! Airpapr Logbook is an online JAR-FCL conform pilot's logbook that does not just feel like a bad spreadsheet taken to the web. Airpapr Logbook is a built form the ground up for the web - with a focus on simplicity and ease of use. Log and view your flights in a beautifully, simplistic way but without loosing any detail.

We'll the current closed beta is on a invite base only - but we'll start an open beta in mid 2015 and plan to release the finished Airpapr Logbook by the end of 2015.

We hope like the new changes. Anything you like? Don't like? Something we should do better or you would like to see in Airpapr Logbook? Drop us a mail via feedback {at} airpapr {dot} com!

Regards
Team Airpaper

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