Flight operations are managed on the page Flight > Calendar View.
Pending flights are flights sent by Sales awaiting aircraft and crew assignation. A confirmed reservation will appear in grey with the status booked:
You have two possibilities to handle this flight request. To access these possibilities, click on it:
Add to Tail: if the flight can be added to an existing tail. Select desired tail and the flight will be added to its planning. If an aircraft is already busy, it will show “busy” next to its tail number.
Decline: if you cannot perform this flight, choose “Delete pending flight”. Sales will have to find another solution (e.g. Chartering).
This section displays all flights planned or waiting for assignation. The flights are ordered by tails and chronologically according to their departure time in the column corresponding to the date.
A flight with no assigned aircraft will appear in dark grey in the pending line. Once an aircraft has been assigned, the flight will change its color according to the Flight status.
Flights are displayed like this:
From left to right: Departure Airport / Time of Departure / Time of Arrival Airport / Arrival Airport/ Number of Passengers and Crew trigrams when applicable.
By hovering a flight OpenJet will show a tooltip displaying the Flight overview of this flight which allow user to quickly know which part of the flight needs to be managed: (for more information, please refer to Flight overview section)
To access flight details, click on the flight. This Drawer will appear on the right side:
Each tab of the drawer relates to a part of the Flight and allows users to manage the flight in order to be operated in a safe manner.
Each flight has a background which indicates his global status. Colour codes are described below:
Flight is ready to be operated.
Flight is ready but an information is pending (usually crew acknowledgement)
A warning that could be prejudicial for flight and need to be acknowledged/resolved by the OPS.
Flight cannot be operated as it is. OPS’s intervention is mandatory.
If there is no red on the panel, the flight is ready to be performed.
Routing: red means there is a routing error with previous or next flight. (e.g. departure airport is different from airplane location)
Sales: red means that a change has occurred on the sales side and a conflict between sales reservation and operation flight needs to be resolved (e.g. departure time has changed)
OPS: turn green if all items of the OPS tab of the drawer are validated (these items are customizable upon request), for all flights of the mission.
Aircraft: shows green if an aircraft has been assigned and there is no overload detected (based on sales information about passenger and luggage weight)
NOTAM: turn green if NOTAMs have been checked for all flights.
FBO: click on the indicator to manage and send your FBO request for the mission. Select the flights for which you wish to send the request and click send. You will receive a copy of the request in the default OPS email. You can manually switch the status for each FBO request. Turn it green when the FBO has acknowledged the request.
Crew: turn green if an available crew has been assigned. Also check that crew’s endorsement and qualification are OK for this flight.
Pilot App: red means that no flight has been acknowledged by the crew, blue means it has been partially acknowledged (click on the indicator for details) and green means the mission has been entirely acknowledged.
Owner: grey means that no owner has been set for this aircraft i.e. no acknowledge is needed. Blue means that the owner of the aircraft has not acknowledged the flight yet. Green means that the flight has been validated by the owner. Red means that the owner has declined this flight for his aircraft. For more information please refer to Aicraft owner section of the Manage your fleet documentation.
FTL: this box will show orange (warning) or red (alarm) if there is any FTL issue, green otherwise. Click on the indicator to view the error message. A link will guide you to the pilot’s planning for more information.
Qualif: if an airport needs a qualification, this indicator will show red until a qualified captain has been assigned. It will then show green. If qualification required only in some weather conditions, it will show orange if the captain is not qualified.
Extended: shows green if the duty is extended according to FTL regulation. (Europe)
Split: shows green if the duty is split according to FTL regulation. (Europe)
Hotel: click on the indicator to set the hotel booking status. If you check a “to do” or “requested” box, indicator will show red or blue (if an “ok” box is also checked) and green if only “ok” boxes are checked.
Catering: this indicator works like the hotel indicator.
Service: this indicator works like the hotel indicator.
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