Pilot Schedule:

This calendar was designed to allow the Operations department to have a birds-eye view of their monthly schedule for their crew members. The user will be able to create specific events and assign them to their qualified pilots. In addition, it allows keeping track of FAR 135.267 (e): The certificate holder must provide each flight crewmember at least 13 rest periods of at least 24 consecutive hours each in each calendar quarter. All events scheduled here will notify the Pilot via the Schedaero Crew Application.

Today: User will be able to select the current day and see each day highlighted.

< > [Month] : Allows the user to switch months. The current month will show and allow for a company-specific time zone.

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Time Zone: Allows the user to select the specific timezone for the Calendar.

Type & Color: The user will customize their event types in the General Settings tab, in addition, the user can select a specific color to associate with the event.

Update Types: Will allow the user to go to the settings page and update or customize the events.

Save: Allows to save any changes made in the system.

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Type: Allows the user to filter the schedule by any event type.

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Pilots: Allows the user to filter by one or several pilots. There is also a search text box to find a specific pilot.

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Aircraft: Allows the user to filter by Aircraft Fleet, Type, and Type Rating. The user can select more than one option.

5) Add Event: By selecting add event, the user will be able to create events and assign them to their pilots.

Type: The type of event which is customized to the operations.

Date: Allows the user to select a specific date and or time.

All Day: Selects the specific date as an all-day event.

Pilots: Allows the user to select any specific pilot. More than one pilot is allowed to be selected.

Note: Any note added to that specific event, will show in the calendar and the pilot application.

Pilots: The user will be able to see all their qualified crew members. Next to each pilot, the Pilot in command and their home base will show.

Off: Allows the user to see how many 24 hour rest periods in a specific calendar quarter.

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