To print documents you need to mark particular leg/legs of the trip (in the checkbox) right-click of the mouse and select documents from the list.
Leon allows you to select different flights performed on the same aircraft - even if they are not on the same day - to the same 'Flight Order' or 'Trip Sheet'. The same applies to 'General Declaration' (if you tick i.e. 5 flights - 5 separate documents will get printed), 'Pax Manifest' or 'Pax Information'.
Tick flights in the first column on the left, right-click with the mouse (it does not matter where you point the mouse-arrow) and a pop-up window will show up. Select the documents and it will get printed.
If you select only one leg of a multiple-legged trip and right-click with the mouse, you will see 2 available buttons on top: TRIP and LEG. Select LEG to print documents for just that marked leg.
It is also possible to send the documents to CrewBriefing. More information can be found here.
'Flight Order' is an internal document generated for each trip required by CAA. In Leon, the format of this document can be customised. The 'Flight Order' number looks like a date format, however, its number is a consecutive 'Flight Order' number issued in a particular month, i.e. 6-07-2013 means, that it is the 6th consecutive 'Flight Order' issued in July.
Flight Order is issued for the entire trip (all sectors of the trip) so it does not matter which leg link is used to create the 'Flight Order'.
'Flight Order' pattern available in Leon is filled in by the data entered in the 'Edit Flight' screen:
The other columns/fields need to be filled in manually:
This document lists inbound and outbound flight details and crew names. It is being requested by the immigration authorities at some airports of arrival.
The pattern of 'General Declaration' also includes 'Declaration of Health' with the space for notes and signatures along with the general declaration signature signed by PIC. The text can be modified upon request.
Leon will show Place of Birth on GenDec if it has been added into crew profile.
This document includes basic information about the flight, which is important for the crew and must be acknowledged by the crew before the flight.
'Trip Sheet' in Leon is divided into two sections: Trip Sheet and Flight Service Notices - both can be listed either on the same page or on separate pages (this can be set in Documents Setup - Flight editing tab - 'On Trip Sheet set “Flight Service Notices” as a separate page'.
If it happens that cockpit crew have different reporting times, Leon will show them on Trip Sheet as separate columns (as on the example below).
This document shows all PAX information including: name & surname, D.O.B., passport no. & expiry date, nationality. All these details need to be entered in the 'Pax Database' in the Phonebook before they can be further used in Leon.
If you add passengers information to Leon manually (which means you don't use Pax Database added to Leon in the section 'Phonebook > Pax Database') it is still possible to view it on 'Pax Manifest document.
Go to Documents Setup and enable this option by ticking the “Show on Pax Manifest” checkbox (at the bottom of the page).
If you hover the mouse over the '?' the information will show up: 'Show pax list in the text mode on Pax Manifest document. Correct data has to be entered in the format: No. gender surname name date-of-birth passport no. passport expiry date nationality. Columns have to be separatedd by comma.'
The below example explains how it works.
1, Surname Name, DoB, Passport No, Date of Expiry, Country of Issue
1, Mr, Smith John, 01-01-2000, ABC1235786, 31-12-2020, U.K.
The gender will be displayed as:
Some operators require an extra document for their passengers with a brief information about the upcoming flight.
The document includes: