Flight and Route Management

Routing 

 Can be in ICAO/IATA coding   

according to your user settings 

  First timing line always shows planned (schedule) timing 

Second line shows data according to the priority 

  • if permit timing is not inserted (no actual timing, no report timing inserted) it shows dates like 12 Mar. If waypoint status is OK - in green, if else - in black

  • if permit time is inserted (no actual timing, no report timing inserted) – it shows permit time. If waypoint status is OK - in green, if else - in red

  • if flight is active and actual time is inserted (it ignores permit time, no report timing inserted) – it shows actual time in blue

  • if flight report time is inserted (it ignores permit time, ignores actual timing) – it shows report time in purple

Any inserted time can be checked in the tooltip over timing 

Editing routing details 

  Current waypoint 

Flight number (callsign) 

Schedule (planned timing) 

- Permission timing 

Flight type, purpose, Parking slot 

Terminals of arrival and departure (are taken from airports if inserted previously) 

  Empty leg information 

  Quantity of crew onboard 

  Option to split flight starting from the selected waypoint 

Delay information 

Sector payload information 

ATC routing. Pressing of i button opens pop-up with additional information 

  

Adding new waypoint (sector)

Press New > Choose airport as described above > Insert planned timing of arrival, Flight No. > Press Add Sector

Sector VIDP – LTAI is added 

Now insert corresponding timing to previous departure timing 

Changing current one

In the field of airport start typing ICAO/IATA/Country/City/Airport name, choose from the list, press Save Sector