Addition of Aircraft Accident Incident Data

In an effort to continually improve our service, we have recently added Aircraft Accident / Incident data (from year 2010 forward).

This will allow you to see if there was ever an event that may have compromised the structural integrity of the aircraft, and it can also be very useful during a pre-buy inspection.

If you’d like to see where to access this information, either open an existing “My Aircraft” record, or create a new record.

Upon opening the record, you will see a box on the right side of the screen referencing this data, but only if there was an accident or incident related to that specific aircraft:

When you click on the VIEW button, it will take you to a more detailed screen.  Occasionally, there will be a map associated with the record, so you can see where the event occurred.  The map is zoomable, and movable:

Data included in the Accident / Incident report will be:

  • Date:
  • Location:
  • Lat/Long:
  • Airport:
  • Aircraft:
  • Air Carrier:
  • Category:
  • Amateur Built?:
  • # of Engines:
  • Purpose of Flight:
  • Phase of Flight:
  • Weather Condition:
  • Aircraft Damage:
  • Injury Severity:
  • Fatal Injuries:
  • Serious Injuries:
  • Minor Injuries:
  • Uninjured:
  • Accident Number:
  • Investigation Type:
  • Report Status:
  • FAR Description:
Another way to view the REPORT only is by searching through the left navigation panel.  You can search by:
  • Aircraft
  • Non-TCD Aircraft (experimental/sport)
  • N-Number  (tail/registration)
  • Date Range
  • State
We hope you will find this new addition useful.  Let us know what you think!

 

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Monday thru Thursday: Open from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Friday, Saturday & Sunday:  The office is Closed. Calls, voicemails and emails will be responded to within a reasonable amount of time.

Save Save Save

The Value of Save:

Saving frequently helps reduce loss of data.

Most of our documents do not have auto-save.

While working, we encourage you to click the green save button often.

When you make changes in a field or box, then click away, the box will turn YELLOW.  That is an indication and reminder to SAVE your changes.

Clicking the green SAVE button often is the best way to ensure that your work remains intact.

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Have more questions? Contact Us

Monday thru Thursday: Open from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Friday, Saturday & Sunday:  The office is Closed. Calls, voicemails and emails will be responded to within a reasonable amount of time.

Improved Logbook Multi-Page Print Layout

Thanks to our frequent users who alerted us to mis-alignment issues for the Logbook Multi-Page Print Layout!

Seems the multiple print pages were not fitting correctly onto the paper, so we got to work and reset the alignment.

If you stopped using them for this reason, we ask you to please give them another try and let us know how it works out for you.

If you still experience print issues, please let us know.

If the labels just don’t seem to fit your sheet, our best suggestion is to try your computer’s “Fit to Page” option, which allows you to change the size of the zoom.  Be sure to test on a plain piece of paper first, before loading your sticky label sheet!

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Have more questions? Contact Us

Monday thru Thursday: Open from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Friday, Saturday & Sunday:  The office is Closed. Calls, voicemails and emails will be responded to within a reasonable amount of time.