Designed for pilots - by pilots!

Logbook is designed and developed by airline pilots. The product comes with excellent technical support and we listen to our customers’ wishes.

Relational Database

Under the hood, logbook uses a relational database engine. This ensures data integrity, performance and flexibility.

Flexible time formats

You can use Hours : Minutes or Hours . Decimals time formats. Both formats support flights with durations exceeding 24 hours. If you use the Hours . Decimals format, you can choose the number of decimals. Logbook is designed so that there wil not be any round-off differences when you compare your computer logbook with your paper logbook.

Customizable Appearance

Logbook now lets you customize it’s appearance - you can choose fonts and colours for the grid showing your flights. Furthermore, you can choose the columns you want to be visible, resize them, or chance the order in which they appear. You can also change the column headings.

Time-saving data-entry

Logbook contains many features that make data-entry a breeze. You can setup logbook so that when you enter a new flight on the same day, it automatically copies the information from the previous flight, saving you a lot of time. You can quickly change the date of a flight by a couple of days by pressing arrow keys; you only have to type the last two characters of the registration of the aircraft - e.g. ‘CD’ and logbook finds the corresponding aircraft e.g. ‘G-ABCD’; Once you start typing the name of the other pilot, autocomplete will complete it for you.
You can now configure Logbook to ‘jump’ to the next field when typing in information - and Logbook can skip fields for which you have entered default values - saving you even more time!

Automatic backups and backup reminders

Logbook can remind you to backup your data at specified intervals. You can even tell it to automatically backup your information to an FTP server on the internet for safe off-site storage.

Import and export functionality

Logbook can Import information from delimited text files.
The program can export your flights to the following file formats:
Microsoft® Excel™; Text; HTML; XML. Logbook will not lock you in with a proprietary file format.

Automatic calculation of day- and night times

Based on the latitude/longitude information in the airport database, the program works out what part of the flight took place during daylight and what part took place during night. You can configure how long after or before sunset/sunrise night starts. Logbook also works out whether take-offs and landings took place during day or night, so all you have to do is enter the IATA (or ICAO) codes and block times, and logbook does the rest.

Powerful grouping and filtering

Logbook uses MS-Excel style filters, so you just select criteria to filter on from a drop-down list, or, alternatively, specify custom filters. You can group on any column - an you can even group on multiple columns! These features allow you to quickly answer questions such as ’how many hours have I flown on jets over 40.000 Kg in the past 6 years?’.

JAR Printouts

Logbook Prints JAR-Style logbook pages, with full filtering functionality. Printouts contain all the standard JAR logbook columns.

Extensive database of airports

The software comes with a database containing information for over 9000 airports, and it is easy to add your own!

Use ICAO or IATA codes

When entering a new flight, you can use ICAO or IATA codes for the departure and destination airports, and the program will find the airport in the extensive database. This means that you no longer have to look up ICAO codes if your roster uses IATA codes. Hover the mouse over an ICAO code in the Flight editor, and a tooltip will appear showing the corresponding IATA code and the airport name.

Custom time fields

Logbooks contain 4 time columns with customizable titles that you can use for any purpose.