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 It is possible to receive Flight Watch times automatically to Leon from Eurocontrol servers. It is possible to receive Flight Watch times automatically to Leon from Eurocontrol servers.
  
 +**Eurocontrol** is an international organisation working to achieve safe and seamless air traffic management across Europe.
 +Eurocontrol works with national authorities,​ air navigation service providers, civil and military airspace users, airports, and other organisations. Its activities involve all gate-to-gate **air navigation service operations**:​ strategic and tactical flow management, controller training, regional control of airspace, safety-proofed technologies and procedures, and collection of air navigation charges.
 +For more information,​ please visit [[http://​www.eurocontrol.int.|Eurocontrol website]].
  
 +In order to integrate with Eurocontrol,​ you have to open a section [[leon:​integrations|Integrations]],​ click **ENABLE** button, then switch the Status to **ON** and save changes. ​
  
-Integrating ​with Eurocontrol ​is very simple. You have to go to [[leon:​general-setup|General Settings]] and tick **Import MVT from Euroconrol servers** checkbox. Finally click {{:​leon:​icons:​update.png?​nolink&​50|}} to save changes.+If the Operator ICAO code in the section Settings > Handling Request tab is the same as registered ​with Eurocontrol, the integration will be completed upon saving ​changes. If the ICAO code in Leon doesn'​t match the one registered with Eurocontrol,​ you will see an error message saying "​Operator ICAO not recognized by Eurocontrol"​.
  
- +When the integration is completed, ​**Flight Watch** in Leon will start receiving flight times from Eurocontrol ​servers. You will recognise them by opening a Flight Watch and hovering the mouse over the time value, as shown in the screenshot ​above. Eurocontrol will **only** send Block off, Take off, Landing and Block on times.
-It is possible that you will receive the following message: +
-<​html>​  +
-<span style="​color:​red;​font-size:​100%;">​Operator ICAO code error - the code stored in Leon was not recognised by Eurocontrol servers. Please consult Leon support. </​span>​ +
-</​html>​ +
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-This means that Operator ICAO code in [[leon:​settings-handling-requests|Handling requests settings]] tab is not recognised by Eurocontrol. In this case you need to contact Eurocontrol and provide them with the correct ICAO code for your Operator. Once this is updated, you should be able to integrate with no further problems.. +
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-When the integration is completed, Flight Watch in Leon will start receiving flight times from Eurocontrol ​Servers. You will recognise them by opening a Flight Watch and hovering the mouse over the time value, as shown in the screenshot.+
leon/flight-watch.txt · Last modified: 2017/10/20 07:56 by bartek