Pilot Partner’s CFI Dashboard is a tool that allows flight instructors to manage their students progress in Pilot Partner. It can be a real challenge to get started with a complex tool like the CFI Dashboard, so this guide will help you get started and get the most out of the CFI Dashboard. Continue Reading » “CFI’s Guide: Getting Started with CFI Dashboard”
Flying Club Invoicing & Budgeting System
Pilot Partner has set out to automate the process of running a flying club. The latest release of Pilot Partner fleet management allows Flying Clubs, Partnerships and Flight Schools the ability to automatically generate Member Invoices and track Flying Club Budgets. Flying Club invoicing & budgets is a true game changer in the General Aviation market place.
Running a flying club is hard work. Ask any club, the one position nobody wants is the Club Treasurer. The Treasurer has to deal with all of the hand written logs and somehow generate invoices while keeping track of all of the money. It is no doubt a tough job that requires many thankless hours of effort. Pilot Partner’s goal is to come to the rescue of every Flying Club Treasurer and provide a suite of tools at an affordable price to make the job quick and easy. Continue Reading » “Flying Club Automatic Invoicing & Budgets”
- Where: Oshkosh 2018 – Forum Stage 11
- When: Friday July 27th, 2018 at 11:30am
- What: Getting Started with eLogbooks by Pilot Partner
Flying Clubs, Partnerships and Flight School can now use Pilot Partner to automate invoices to pilots for $9.95-$14.95 per month per aircraft. When a Flying Club uses this option, every member of the club will receive full access to the Pilot Partner Electronic Pilot Logbook for no additional cost. That’s right, for Free!
This is an optional pricing option that Flying Clubs and Partnerships can take advantage of. Pilot Partner will still provide free access to the full Fleet Management tools as long as every member in the fleet has an active Pilot Partner Subscription.
The toughest job In a Flying Club, Partnership or Flying School is generating invoices for flight time of its members. Typically the treasurer of a flying club is the hardest working and most under appreciated person in the club. Enabling Electronic Invoicing for Flying Clubs, the Treasurer of a Flying Club can save several hours a month.
By integrating the Pilot Partner Electronic Pilot Logbook and the Aircraft Fleet Management tools together, Pilot Partner has made the job of the treasure much easier. When your flying club uses Pilot Partner to log each flight and track the maintenance records for each aircraft, Pilot Partner can automatically spit out invoices in real time or on a schedule such as monthly or quarterly. Pilot Partner will directly integrate with Quickbooks Online, and also will easily import into other accounting systems like ZOHO Invoice. Continue Reading » “Electronic Invoicing for Flying Clubs”
For Partnerships, Flying Clubs and Flight Schools
In the last 10 years we have seen a transformation of airplane cockpits. The cockpit is no longer full of Paper Charts, Approach Plates and Airport Directories. Everything we need to fly has gone electronic. That is for everything expect for one piece of paper many pilots still deal with everyday: The Paper Aircraft Dispatch Sheet.
Pilot Partner is now making it possible to track your Aircraft Dispatch Records Electronically as part of their Electronic Pilot Logbook Platform. Continue Reading » “Electronic Aircraft Flight Time Records”
Newly released feature from Pilot Partner Electronic Logbook allows pilots to keep Aircraft MX records updated with every flight. Last year Pilot Partner released the Free Aircraft Maintenance Tracker to go along side of the Pilot Partner Electronic Pilot Logbook application. Continue Reading » “Tracking Aircraft MX with Every Flight”
- Where: Oshkosh 2017 – Forum Stage 11
- When: Friday July 28th, 2017 at 11:30am
- What: Forum on Electronic Pilot Logbooks for Pilots
June 27, 2017
Airlines, aircraft manufacturers, and many other industry insiders are concerned with the quality of flight training options, especially in light of pilot shortages. An upgrade to a popular app may provide a solution to some of the biggest problems that plague the industry.
Industry insiders have reason to be concerned about the quality of training. Jamie Beckett of General Aviation News reports that 80% of student pilots drop out of training before receiving their pilot certificate. Swayne Martin of Bold Method, cites “lack of structured training” as the primary reason for the dismal dropout rate. Continue Reading » “Software Addresses Dismal Flight School Failure Rate”