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iLog-LogoWhy use paper and a pen when you can use iLog?

Intuitive and easy to use, following a natural progression through your entire duty day, tracking duty time, flight hours, fuel and other items required for the flight log. At the end of the day, simply print or send your electronic flight logs to your operations department.

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iLog Benefits:

  • FAA compliant
  • Greater efficiency in the cockpit, saving you time and money​
  • Improves the accuracy of your data
  • Meets the requirements of part 91, 135 and 121 operators
  • Go green! - Helping you achieve a truly paperless cockpit
  • Streamlined and automated, saving you time
  • Download once for years of use

How iLog Works

From the time you arrive at the airport, iLog walks you through each step of your flight day, allowing you to track required data and pre-populating fields where appropriate.

Below are a few screen shots taken from iLog. To see step-by-step instructions and associated screen shots for the entire application, click here.

iLog takes you through each step of your day, minimizing your workload and making your life easier.

iLog On-DutyOn Duty Time

Once you open the program, iLog recognizes if this is your first leg of the day and starts off by capturing you and your crew's on duty time. The intuitive program pre-populates this data using the current time, however you can easily update the time to reflect a different "on" time.

UPDATED FOR iLOG 2.0: iLOG will automatically set your "out" time to one hour after activating your "on duty" time, saving you time, even if minor adjustments are needed.

iLog RVSM-GroundRVSM Ground Check

iLog then asks you to record the current altermeter settings upon preforming the ground altimeter checks to satisfy RVSM requirements. This step is only required for the first flight of the day.

UPDATED FOR iLOG 2.0: iLOG now makes RVSM an optional screen, making it a perfect solution for older or smaller aircraft as well. If you do not have RVSM, simply go to the setting page and set RVSM to "Off", and this page will no longer appear.

iLog Request-NumberRequest Number

If your operation uses a commercial flight scheduling or dispatch system, it is likely each trip will be assigned a Request Number or Trip Number. Though iLog does not require this information, assigning a Request Number to each leg allows you and your flight department personnel to easily match the maintenance log to the appropriate trip.

UPDATED FOR iLOG 2.0: iLOG allows for the customization of your Trip or Request Numbers more easily.

iLog Trip-DetailsTrip Details

This information is required for each maintenance log you create. iLog makes entering this data easy by providing you with a database of over 10,000 ICAO airport codes throughout the world.

iLog FuelFuel

Next, iLog has you enter the start fuel quantity and asks if any fuel is being added prior to flying the leg. Not only does this step help you and your flight department track fuel burn for each leg, iLog uses this data to calculate EU fuel data at end of the trip, if required.

Block Out

iLog then captures your "block out" time, again pre-populating this field using the current time.

UPDATED FOR iLOG 2.0: iLOG pre-populates this information once you activate your duty time. Once a "Block Out" time is selected, iLOG will pre-populate your off time using a standard taxi time.

Take Off

Similarly, iLog captures your "off" time,using the current time, though the data can be updated to reflect a different time.

iLog RVSM-FlightRVSM Review

Once airborne, iLog asks you to record the current altermeter settings upon preforming the in-air altimeter checks to satisfy RVSM requirements. This step is only required for the first flight of the day.

UPDATED FOR iLOG 2.0: iLOG now makes RVSM an optional screen, making it a perfect solution for older or smaller aircraft as well. If you do not have RVSM, simply go to the setting page and set RVSM to "Off", and this page will no longer appear.

Landing and Block In

Upon landing, iLog has you capture you "on" and "block in" times.

Fuel Data

After shut down, iLog then has you enter your total fuel burn for this leg.

iLog More-dataMore Data

This steps allows you to enter specific flight time data, such as day or night hours, type of approach and day or night landing. This data makes it easy for pilots and operations personnel to track pilot currency and provides pilots an easy mechanism to keep your logbook up to date.

UPDATED FOR iLOG 2.0: iLOG now allows users to customize the type of approach used, making this feature easy to be an ISBAO compliant crew.

iLog APUAPU

This step asks you to capture the current APU total time, giving your maintenance department the information they need to efficiently manage maintenance and update their power-by-the-hour maintenance program.

EU Fuel Data

The data collected during this step satisfies EU fuel data requirements.

iLog Discrepancy & MELDiscrepancy / MEL Screen

The discrepancy and MEL page have now been merged into one singular page. This step allows the user an opportunity to record any discrepancies found during a particular leg of the trip. The user also has ability to defer a discrepancy per the MEL if needed.

The discrepancy page automatically indexes the item number from the iLog log number. Thus makes maintenance tracking that much easier.

iLog Discrepancy & MEL

To defer an MEL item, the user simply activates the MEL via the slider button. The user enters the MEL item number, and the category. iLog automatically knows the date for each maintenance category and pre-populates the date field. From there the user can enter an M or O item as directed by their MEL. Once entered and acknowledged, iLog will track the duration remaining on each deferred MEL item, send a maintence email with aircraft status update, and alert subsequent users that an open MEL exists. Each discrepancy and MEL item is also included in the iLog export for that log. When selected in the settings menu, a MEL pop up feature alerts pilots during the midlife of an MEL deferral period. Thereby, avoiding headaches down the road for both pilots and mechanics.

A red icon on the previous pages screen indicates an open MEL item, where by a blue icon indicates a previous write up that has been cleared.

iLog Component RecordComponent Records

This section is reserved for maintenance personnel, allowing them to track component hours and cycles.

iLog VORVOR Check

Due every 30 days, this section allows pilots to easily see when the last VOR check was performed, and allows you to easily enter VOR check information when one is performed. The date appears in red if a VOR check is overdue.

iLog Custom FieldsCustom Fields

The custom fields option allows users to add data fields to their iLog. Users can add part-time data fields in order to track items such as canpass, hydraulics, oil, or whatever they deem necessary. Simply enter the title fields in the settings menu, and when needed, turn on the custom fields screen via a slider and enter the corresponding data. Very simple and easy.

Off Duty Time

Last, iLog asks you to capture your "off duty" time.

iLog Settings

When using iLog for the first time, we recommend taking time to enter all aircraft and crew information first. This will make it easier to use the program quickly and easily.

UPDATED FOR iLOG 2.0: iLOG now has a "single pilot" option, allowing you to track duty and other parameters under a single pilot operation. Furthermore, iLOG allows pilots to send their log to the company's operations department with one easy click of a button, sending it in both PDF and html formats, or they may choose to simply print the log. Finally, iLOG now allows for user customization by adding their flight department name or logo to the top of each log.

iLog makes it easy for pilots to update their logbook. iLog also helps maintenance personnel track hours, landings and cycles of the airframe, engines, APU (if installed) and components. Furthermore, iLog makes tracking and signing-off of maintenance discrepancies (squawk list) a breeze.

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