The CREW TIMELINE panel has been implemented for fast, legible and intuitive reading & editing of the roster. It displays all the data you need for the perfect planning of duties for the crew.
To access a new duties roster hover the mouse over a section CREW and click CREW TIMELINE.
Flights added in a section OPS appear in Crew Timeline as a blue belt. The line starts with the reporting time, then there is a belt (which lenght means flight's duration), then the line showing the lenght of the minimum rest.
If you click the blue belt at the bottom belt Leon will show flight's details, such as: schedule, airports codes & names, trip no, crew, quotation, who created the trip and when, tags.
If there is FTL violation Leon shows the line in red - click on the flight to get an information at the bottom with FDP & Duty details.
When the Crew is assigned to the Simulator flight in section OPS, this 'Simulator' will appear in 'Crew' part of the 'Crew Timeline'.
The Simulator will display as a purple belt and will indicate the length of the duty as well as the line suggesting the EOBT.
Clicking on the purple belt will display the simulator details in the bottom section.
All positionings added in a section OPS show in a similar way to flights. The belt shows the positioning's duration, then the line shows the lenght of the minimum rest.
Duties pre-defined in a section Duties Setup as Included in FTL calculations show as colour belts, which lenght means the duration of a particular duty time.
All duties pre-defined as Off show as belts throughout the entire day.
If split duty is used to extend the maximum Flight Duty Period (FDP), Leon will indicate such break with a yellow rest bar between the two sectors of the trip.
As you can see in the example below, the break between the two sectors are marked yellow to indicate where it was applied. The split duty margins will remain black/red along with the remaining part of the rest bar after the last sector.
The filter in the 'Crew Timeline' section is located in the top bar and it is divided into 3 sections:
On the options-bar, right between 'TO' date-range and 'NOW' button, you can find a drop-down box where you can select preferred timezone (UTC or Base time - the Base defined in General Settings).
It is possible to add new Crewmembers or edit existing Crewmembers directly from the “Crew Timeline”.
In order to do that you simply need to:
To replace crew, mark a flight (or flights) and right-click with the mouse, then select 'REPLACE CREW' option.
Leon will show a pop-up screen with names & codes of assigned crew - click on a field next to it (showing 'No change') and a drop-down list of available crew will show. Leon shows only crew with ratings for the aircraft assigned to the selected flight.
Select crew and click 'SAVE' - a confirmation of replacing crew will show in top-right corner of the page.
'Move up' function
This functionality allows you to move a selected Crew member to the top of the Crew List. To use this function you need to click on the crew member and select 'MOVE UP' option, as per screenshot. It is possible to move up a number of crew members, one at a time. The Crew members will then display by the selection order in which they were moved.
In the filter > field 'Crew member' type crew name/surname or code and select him from the list. You can add more name to the searching list. You can also use quick search option by clicking on a key 'F' on your keyboard, type in the Crew member in the 'Crew member search' pop-up window and press enter. Leon will only display this particular Crew member.
To bring back view for all the crew you need to either remove the Crew from the 'Crewm Member search' in the filter or simply 'Reset' the filter.
It is now possible to see and service 'Virtual Aircraft' in the Crew Timeline.
'Virtual Aircraft' will be displayed at the bottom of the list in the 'Flights' section of Crew Timeline. It will also be available in the 'AIRCRAFT' filter.
Crewing options available to the 'Virtual Aircraft' are exactly the same as for standard fleet and include assigning crew, deleting crew, copying crew, etc.
Flights assigned to 'Virtual Aircraft' are displayed in light grey (for ferry flights) and in dark grey (for flights with PAX). This is caused by the lack of indication of minimum crew required on such an aircraft.
It is possible to view duty information in 2 ways:
For quick using of some options in Crew Timeline you can use particular keys on the keyboard. Select the flight and use keys as follow:
To check FTL Details on a particular flight either double-click on the flight (in the Crew part of the screen), or right-click with the mouse and select FTL Details - Leon will show a pop-up window which is divided into 2 parts:
Click on 'View FTL Sheet' to get FTL Sheet report.
Leon shows the dot next to crew code, which can be defined in a section Settings > Crew Currency and can be activated in the filter under the three-dot icon in the top right corner of the page.
The colour of the dot shows the current state of the crew currency by displaying the dot either in green, amber or red colour. If you hover the mouse over the dot a tooltip will appear with detailed information about the status of crew currency (see screenshot on the right).
LEON is able to monitor Crew fatigue in the Crew Timeline panel, with the help of Safte-Fast integration. Before, it was possible to check crew fatigue analysis for a single crew (by right-clicking with the mouse over his/her code) - now it is also possible to check it for all crew, in a selected period of time.
Once the integration with 'Safte-Fast' is enabled, in the top-right corner of the page an icon will show - click it, then click 'Run Safte-Fast analysis' link.
To show the level of Crew fatigue, Leon will highlight lines in either orange or red colour.
The orange colour of the line indicates:
Effectiveness ≤ 77
Reservoir ≤ 75
Percent below criterion › 10
The red colour of the line indicates:
Effectiveness ≤ 65
Reservoir ≤ 65
Percent below criterion › 20
To add positioning in the Crew Timeline - either before the planned sector or as a stand-alone positioning - you need to follow the below steps:
Hovering the mouse over the '?' icon located by the STD/STA inputs will display a tooltip with time values in UTC/LT/BT.
Once the positioning is added it is also possible to add further positionings, edit existing positioning and deleted the positioning. You simply need to click on the existing positioning and choose the relevant option.
It is also possible to check Changes history by right-clicking on a particular positioning and selecting 'Changes History'.
To add a new Simulator duty from the Crew Timeline - once it is already performed - select date range, crew member, right-click the mouse and select 'ADD SIMULATOR' option.
Once a pop-up window shows, you can initially fill it in with the following details: Aircraft type, Date, ADEP, ADES, BLOFF, BLON, Crew (CPT and FO), and optionally the Notes.
Additionally, when adding a SIM session to Leon - whether from 'OPS' section or 'CREW TIMELINE'/'CREW CALENDAR' - it is possible to select multiple Approaches:
as well as multiple Approach types:
After the SIM is performed, you can fill in the rest of the details that applied during the SIM session.
Added SIM duty will appear with the black line of minimum rest required after the duty. It will also appear in the OPS panel with the already filled in Journey Log.
Added SIM duty can always be edited and its details can be changed. It is also possible to delete a particular crew from SIM and/or delete the SIM duty completely.
Once the simulator is added, the details as well as the tags and the notes will appear in the bottom bar.
Option to record flights as line training and line check is also available in the Crew Timeline section.
If you select a particular flight, or several flights, with the right click of the mouse, from the drop-down context menu you can select the Add Training option.
Once selected a Create flight training pop-up window will open up. In the window under Type, from the drop-down menu, it is possible to mark the flight as training by selecting either Line Check or Line Training. In the same pop-up window, it is also possible to add Planner or Pilot notes. At this moment the notes show only in the bottom bar, showing them in Raport Wizard will get developed in later stages.
If the notes are added, both the Planner notes as well as the Pilot notes will appear at the bottom panel when clicking on the Line training/Check tile:
Once the training is added, an option to Edit Training is possible when right-clicking on the flight.
More information on including/excluding the crew on the Line Training from the total crew composition on the flight can be found here.
A new feature to add hotel reservations for crew members has been implemented. Under the 3-dot icon, it is now possible to switch an option to show Required hotel. Once this option is marked, Leon will show icon after each flight if a crew member ends his flight duty outside of his home base. The red H letter indicates that the hotel has not been reserved. Once you click on the icon a Hotel booking pop-up window will open. In the pop-up window it is possible to select:
The Timeline view indicates the hotel booking in the following way:
If manual publication of drafts is enabled a pink background will appear indicating the change requires publication.
If you right-click on the hotel icon from the context menu you can choose from 3 options:
If the crew, in a given time-range, performs a series of flights ending at the same airport out of the home base, adding one hotel reservation for the selected time-frame will mark all hotel icons as booked. This saves the crew planners from adding a hotel reservation after each flight separately.
In a situation where the destination airport is different from the airport at which the hotel was originally booked (e.g.in a case of flight diversion) the required hotel icon will display in red.
Additionally, a new scope has been added to the Report Wizard section called Hotel Booking where it is possible to generate a report with hotel reservations and filter out hotel bookings by selected Airport and Status (untouched, requested, and confirmed).
Leon allows to delete multiple duties across different dates and different crew members. Just hold Ctrl key select duties to be deleted and right click the mouse and select Delete Duties. You can also use Shift key to delete multiple duties for one crew member.
The process of deleting duties is very similar to editing duties:
Leon will now mark the flight block with a red zigzag line if the last airport of landing does not correspond with the next airport of take off. This will indicate that aircraft repositioning needs to be added. Analogical situation will happen with the crew section if the airports between last and next duty do not correspond. This will indicate that crew positioning needs to be planned between the two duties.