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trip scheduling calendars

Nack55

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For those operating smaller Part 91 corporate operations, what type of calendars (either online or programs) are you using for trip scheduling? We are looking for a program that the principles can get online to check for open dates. Thanks for any info.
 

Rythm3

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We use FOS, online program. For the most part, everyone in the dept really likes it. We are Part 91, 4 aircraft.
 

Rick James

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We use PFM and are able to see the schedules on our Backberrys. The software is fair, in my opinion, as it's not very intuitive to use. We have 3 aircraft, all 91.
 

thatpilotguy

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We use Bart. I has a price tag associated with it, but it does much more than just scheduling...Part 91 E-APIS with the passenger data base, tax info...it's really a great program. I know accounting and tax love it, and I love the E-APIS stuff, so much easier than inputing info into any of the other programs, plus it's secure!
 

Nack55

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We use fltplan.com for all flight plans but not for a calendar. Is there a calendar section or are you just using the active flight plans on the main page. Maybe im just missing something.
 

THE Flying Ace

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Fltplan.com has a calender on it. It will automatically enter your flights as you create flight plans.
 
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