To utilize the Wyvern integration with Avianis, first create dedicated Wyvern credentials for Avianis, then turn the Wyvern syncing on in Avianis. Below are the steps to do this, followed by additional set up instructions for aircraft and personnel who will sync with Wyvern. (List of info that syncs to Wyvern.) 

For questions concerning Wyvern, please contact Wyvern Product Support at: 1-800-WINGMAN [946-4626] / support@wyvernltd.com 

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CONFIGURE AVIANIS WITH WYVERN

Create Credentials with Wyvern

1. Have your company’s IT department create a new email address that will only be used for the Wyvern/Avianis integration. [Example: avianis.wyvern@mycompany.com ]

2. Login to Wyvern (with administrator account) and go to: Company > Users.

3. Select “+ Create New”

4. Enter the following information…

  • First Name: Avianis
  • Last Name: Updater
  • Contact Information > Email: [the new email you have created, ex. avianis.wyvern@mycompany.com]
  • Login > Access To: [check the Wyvern box]
  • Internationalization (if visible): [enter time zone]

Click SAVE

5. Confirm the following settings are enabled on the Permissions and Email tab…

  • Company Account Permissions: [check the Administrator box]
  • Pilots & Staff: [uncheck boxes on the right: PASS requests, Pilot &aircraft expirations, Wyvern weekly status reports]

Click SAVE

6. Registration confirmation will be sent to the email address provided. Follow the instructions to complete the registration, including creating a login/password.

Wyvern credentials for the Avianis Updater have now been created.

Turn Syncing On with Avianis

7. Login to Avianis and go to: My Company > Global Settings > Integrations > Wyvern

8.  Enter the following information on the Settings tab… 

  • Username/password credentials you’ve just created.
  • Who should receive notifications of a Wyvern sync. 
  • What time each day you would like the integration to run.
  • Designate if flight crew information is sent based on their listed regulatory type. For example, if crew with the 135 regulatory designation on their personnel profile is required to sync select ‘Part 135’. 
  • Set the applicable qualification item for proficiency check (293), instrument (297) check and line/sector (299) check. Helpful Hint: These should not be aircraft specific. (See Quick Start Guide: Crew Records for more on creating the programs and qualification items.) 

Click SAVE

9. Select the 'Aircraft Model Mapping' tab and select the Wyvern Model Type Code for each aircraft you would like to sync with Wyvern.

10. Select the Personnel and enable each personnel you would like to sync to Wyvern.

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WYVERN INTEGRATION INFORMATION

Note: See the complete list of information that syncs to Wyvern from Avianis.

Pilot Information for Wyvern

If no flights have been logged in Avianis, pilots will need to be sure to add their current time within Log Book entries (tab found on the Personnel profile) and not just as a baseline time. This will ensure their Time in Type displays correctly with Wyvern.
Note: Click here to read more on Log Book entries.

Wyvern will also sync the following information from a pilot's Personnel page:
From the Profile tab: 

  • Homebase
  • DOB

From the Employment tab: 

  • Employment status
  • Hire date 

From the Crew Info tab: 

  • Certificate information: number, type, and issue date
  • Medical certificate information: class and next due date 
  • Aircraft type ratings

Aircraft Profile Information for Wyvern

The following information will be sent to Wyvern if the aircraft is enabled.
At the top of the page:

  • Tail Number
  • Homebase
  • Serial Number 
  • Year
  • Interior / Exterior Refurbished (year)
  • Color(s)

On the Profile tab:

  • Pax Seating
  • Call Sign
  • Insurance: policy, underwriter, amount, and expiration 
  • Last Maintenance Check Dates: static, W&B, avionics, altimeter, inspection 
  • Flight Manual / FM: number and revision date
  • Has Minimum Equipment List / MEL (toggle)
  • Owner Approval Required (toggle)

On the tab Integrations > Wyvern:
Check all amenities and equipment that apply to that aircraft, then click SAVE.

If the aircraft is selected as 'Medical' (Air Ambulance) in the Trip/Flight Log Information, that is sent to Wyvern as well. The current total airframe hours/cycles, and engine hours/cycles also sync . 

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