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 <box tutorial>[[videos:getting-started:airport-directory|Video Tutorial]]</box> <box tutorial>[[videos:getting-started:airport-directory|Video Tutorial]]</box>
  
-[{{ :leon:airport-directory:Airport Dir main view.jpg?170|Airport Directory - the list of airports downloaded from Acukwik software}}]+[{{ :leon:airport-directory:ad_main_view.png?170|Airport Directory - the list of airports downloaded from Acukwik software}}]
  
-Leon contains more then **8000 airports worldwide** in its database, including various information about each one of them: **general information, FBOs, handling agents, hotels, catering or car rentals**.+Leon contains more than **8000 airports worldwide** in its database, including various information about each one of them: **general information, FBOs, handling agents, hotels, catering or car rentals**.
  
 The system is connected with **AC-U-KWIK** - one of the biggest databases dedicated to business aviation flight planning purposes (http://www.acukwik.com). The data is being updated automatically every **21** days. The system is connected with **AC-U-KWIK** - one of the biggest databases dedicated to business aviation flight planning purposes (http://www.acukwik.com). The data is being updated automatically every **21** days.
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-Click on the {{:leon:icons:airport directory.png|}} icon on the manu bar to get a pop-up window where you can search for a particular airport or airports per country.+Click on the {{:leon:icons:airport directory.png|}} icon on the menu bar to get a pop-up window where you can search for a particular airport or airports per country.
  
 If you type **airport ICAO, IATA or FAA code** (for USA airports) in the field '**Search for airport**' you will see airport details (see a screenshot on the right). If you type **airport ICAO, IATA or FAA code** (for USA airports) in the field '**Search for airport**' you will see airport details (see a screenshot on the right).
  
-In the main screen a column **Info** shows an information regarding **PPR** (Port Permission Required) and/or **SC** (Slot Co-ordinated). A column **Required** shows an information if either an airport brief or training is required.+In the main screen a column **Info** shows information regarding **PPR** (Port Permission Required) and/or **SC** (Slot Co-ordinated). A column **Required** shows information if either an airport brief or training is required.
  
  
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 **Slots required** checkbox will affect the 'Slot' items in OPS checklist. If the box is **unticked**, 'Slot' item status will switch to 'Not Applicable'. If the checkbox is **ticked**, 'Slot' status will turn to '?'. This will apply when adding the trip. **Slots required** checkbox will affect the 'Slot' items in OPS checklist. If the box is **unticked**, 'Slot' item status will switch to 'Not Applicable'. If the checkbox is **ticked**, 'Slot' status will turn to '?'. This will apply when adding the trip.
  
-[{{ :leon:airport-directory:apt note.png?200|Airport note in OPS > Calendar page }}]+[{{ :leon:airport-directory:apt note 2.png?200|Airport note in OPS > Calendar page }}]
 It is possible to edit **Fire Category** in 'Airport Directory' panel. Leon will show a warning in OPS & Sales panel if the value in 'Airport Directory' is lower than the one defined in an aircraft profile. It is possible to edit **Fire Category** in 'Airport Directory' panel. Leon will show a warning in OPS & Sales panel if the value in 'Airport Directory' is lower than the one defined in an aircraft profile.
  
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   * **Suppliers** - information about suppliers at a particular airport. You can add a new Supplier and mark your favourite to appear automatically when adding a new flight at the particular airport. The process of adding a Supplier is exactly the same as adding new Handling Agent which is explained further down this section.   * **Suppliers** - information about suppliers at a particular airport. You can add a new Supplier and mark your favourite to appear automatically when adding a new flight at the particular airport. The process of adding a Supplier is exactly the same as adding new Handling Agent which is explained further down this section.
  
-  * **Notes & Files** - in the field **Note** you can insert information which will appear in OPS > Calendar section, as displayed on the screenshot, on the right (if a checkbox is marked, for a period of time defined in fields: Valid from - Until) and on the **Trip Sheet** document, section 'Airport Notes'+  * **Notes & Files** - in the field **Note** you can insert the title as well as additional information which will appear in OPS > Calendar section, as displayed on the screenshot, on the right (if a checkbox is marked, for a period of time defined in fields: Valid from - Until) and on the **Trip Sheet** document, section 'Airport Notes'It is possible to add **multiple Notes** with different expiry dates. Once they're added, they will display the information within specified dates. See below example for the notes with different expiry dates. 
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 +{{:leon:airport-directory:Multiple Notes - example1.png?nolink|}} 
 Information added in the field **Pilot notes** also will appear on the Trip Sheet, in the section 'Pilot Notes'. You will be informed of the Notes on the main Airport directory page where **Notes** column will display{{:leon:icons:i.png?|}} icon. Hovering the mouse over it will open a pop-up window with more information. 'Country Notes' input shows a note for each airport of the particular country. 'Country PAX Notes' can be used in a similar way as 'Country Notes' - if it's added, Leon will show it when you hover the mouse over an airport code in OPS panel, and also it can be displayed in documents, such as Flight Brief (in RQ panel and OPS), Charter Agreement (OPS), Crew Trip Sheet and Custom Document - as long as PAX Country Notes are connected to one of the mentioned documents in the panel Documents Manager. Information added in the field **Pilot notes** also will appear on the Trip Sheet, in the section 'Pilot Notes'. You will be informed of the Notes on the main Airport directory page where **Notes** column will display{{:leon:icons:i.png?|}} icon. Hovering the mouse over it will open a pop-up window with more information. 'Country Notes' input shows a note for each airport of the particular country. 'Country PAX Notes' can be used in a similar way as 'Country Notes' - if it's added, Leon will show it when you hover the mouse over an airport code in OPS panel, and also it can be displayed in documents, such as Flight Brief (in RQ panel and OPS), Charter Agreement (OPS), Crew Trip Sheet and Custom Document - as long as PAX Country Notes are connected to one of the mentioned documents in the panel Documents Manager.
  
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 If you **hover the mouse over** it, you will see a message **Click to make this field private** which means that no-one apart from you can see added information. If you go for **private** option the icon will turn to {{:leon:airport-directory:Do not share.png?|}}.  You can always undo that action by clicking on this icon again. If you **hover the mouse over** it, you will see a message **Click to make this field private** which means that no-one apart from you can see added information. If you go for **private** option the icon will turn to {{:leon:airport-directory:Do not share.png?|}}.  You can always undo that action by clicking on this icon again.
  
-[{{ :leon:airport-directory:Airport hours full edit.png?200|Timezone and Time format options}}]+[{{ :leon:airport-directory:Airport hours with note.png?200|Timezone and Time format options}}]
  
 When editing **Airport Hours** field you can choose the **timezone** for opening hours between Local Time (LT) and UTC (Z). The zone highlighted blue is the zone that applies to Opening Hours. When editing **Airport Hours** field you can choose the **timezone** for opening hours between Local Time (LT) and UTC (Z). The zone highlighted blue is the zone that applies to Opening Hours.
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 <html><span style="color:red;font-size:100%;">ADEP (ADES) airport is closed at the time of departure (arrival)</span></html> <html><span style="color:red;font-size:100%;">ADEP (ADES) airport is closed at the time of departure (arrival)</span></html>
  
 +Additionally, it is possible to insert the note regarding **'Irregular opening hours'**. If the information is inserted on a specific airport, Leon will display a caution if the airport is scheduled within a trip.
  
 The same can be done for **Control Tower Hours**. 'Control Tower Hours' will not generate any warnings. The same can be done for **Control Tower Hours**. 'Control Tower Hours' will not generate any warnings.
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 {{:leon:airport-directory:Altn airports.png|}} {{:leon:airport-directory:Altn airports.png|}}
  
-Once ALTN airports are defined Leon will show them in a section OPS, in brackets (you need to macr a checkbox 'ALTN' in the left-hand filter, tab 'SHOW' to get columns ALTN & ALTN2 displayed) and also in a tab FLIGHT (see the screenshot on the right).+Once ALTN airports are defined Leon will show them in a section OPS, in brackets (you need to mark a checkbox 'ALTN' in the left-hand filter, tab 'SHOW' to get columns ALTN & ALTN2 displayed) and also in a tab FLIGHT (see the screenshot on the right).
  
  
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 ==== Airport Recency ==== ==== Airport Recency ====
  
-You can also add an information to Leon if a particular crew member needs a **Airport Recency** (either on the aircraft or simulator).+You can also add information to Leon if a particular crew member needs a **Airport Recency** (either on the aircraft or simulator).
  
 Just like with 'Online Familiarization' - you can add a **Airport Recency** either from 'Airport Directory' by marking a checkbox **Airport Recency** or from **Personal Endorsements**, tab **Airport Recency**. Just like with 'Online Familiarization' - you can add a **Airport Recency** either from 'Airport Directory' by marking a checkbox **Airport Recency** or from **Personal Endorsements**, tab **Airport Recency**.
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 It is also possible **to delete personal Handling Agent/FBO**. In order to do it you have to click on a handler you would like to remove and press **Delete** button. This gives 2 options, why the handler is being deleted:  It is also possible **to delete personal Handling Agent/FBO**. In order to do it you have to click on a handler you would like to remove and press **Delete** button. This gives 2 options, why the handler is being deleted: 
  
-  * **Entry does not exist any more** - this will remove handler+  * **Entry does not exist any more** - this will remove the handler
      
-  * **Duplicate** - this will open a dropdown window with names of handlers that could be duplicats of listed handlers.+  * **Duplicate** - this will open a dropdown window with names of handlers that could be duplicates of listed handlers.
  
  
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