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Aircraft Type Assignment: Setup
Aircraft Type Assignment: Setup
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Written by Kara Bates
Updated over a week ago

This article will cover:

  • The setup of Aircraft Type Assignments


Setup Aircraft Type Assignments

  1. Go to My Company > Personnel, click on the Flight Crew record.

2. Click on the 'Crew Info' tab > Aircraft Type Assignment > 'Add New'

3. Select the Type Rating. Once selected, the make/models will populate. Only the make/models that will display in the Aircraft Type Assignments table are those that are in the operator's active fleet or match entries that have been made in the crew members logbook tab.

4. Select the Type Rating Position the crew member has earned. PIC, SIC or N/A. The PIC and SIC type ratings do not determine the crew member selection in the trip position drop downs. If N/A is set, the Issued Date, Expiration Date, Full Motion Sim Date and Proficiency Check Date fields are greyed out.

5. Select the Duty Position. In a future update (Estimated date of 2023), the Duty Position will determine who can be assigned to trips in combination with the make/model and type rating. Additional positions such as Check Airman (CKA), Instructor Pilot (IP), and Maintenance (MX) are available.

6. Issued Date. Issued Date is required for the Wyvern/ARGUS Integration; therefore, the Type Rating Position must be set. Note: Only if the Type Rating option "NA" is the Issue Date marked as optional.

7. [Optional] Expiration Date.

8. [Optional] Full Motion Sim Date. This syncs to Wyvern/ARGUS.

9. [Optional] Proficiency Check Date. This syncs to Wyvern/ARGUS.

PIC = Pilot in Command

SIC = Second in Command

CKA = Check Airman
IP = Instructor Pilot

ACM = Additional Crew Member
CSR = Cabin Service Rep
FA = Flight Attendant

FE = Flight Engineer

Note: If a single Type Rating does not apply, users can set N/A in the Type Rating selection and then, manually apply the applicable makes/models and the Duty Position.

For example, to set up Flight Attendants or CSRs as an option on a specific make/model in a specific Duty Position. Here is an example of a crewmember that will be a CSR in the crewing selection at the trip level when the aircraft type is a G-400 or G-450.


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