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 ====== Quick admin guide ====== ====== Quick admin guide ======
  
-This is a quick guide for administrators. Below you can find described most important functions in Leon.  +This is a quick **guide** for Leon administrators ​(users with Admin group assigned). Below you can find described most important functions in Leon. 
  
 +{{:​leon:​integrations:​logo.jpg?​300|}}
  
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 ===== Logging in ===== ===== Logging in =====
  
-[{{ :​leon:​introduction:​pasek_adresu.png?200|Logging ​in page}}]+[{{ :​leon:​introduction:​logging in page.png?nolink&200|Leon logging ​in page}}]
  
-To log into Leon type web-address as: operator ID.leon.aero (i.e. abc.leon.aero). We suggest using **Chrome** browser as it  is mostly being used during the development process. Internet Explorer is supported, but not recommended due to compatibility issues.+To log into Leontype web-address as: operator ID.leon.aero (i.e. if your operator 3-letter code is '​ABC'​ type abc.leon.aero). We suggest using **Chrome** browser as it  is mostly being used during the development process. Internet Explorer is supported, but not recommended due to compatibility issues.
  
 If you have issues with logging in it can be either a wrong password or your browser'​s cache needs to be cleared. If you have issues with logging in it can be either a wrong password or your browser'​s cache needs to be cleared.
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-    * When at operator_ID.leon.aero,​ click on "​Forgot your password ? Click here" ​option+    * When at operator_ID.leon.aero,​ click on "​Forgot your password ? Click here"
     * Type in User's login and click at "Email me" button. Email with a link will be sent to work email specified in the Profile     * Type in User's login and click at "Email me" button. Email with a link will be sent to work email specified in the Profile
     * Click on the link in an email to reset the password     * Click on the link in an email to reset the password
     * New password is sent to an email, allowing to log in to the system     * New password is sent to an email, allowing to log in to the system
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 +The additional option is creating a ticket via Atlassian.net page, which will be sent to Leon Support Team.
  
 +On the left side of the logging in page you can also see current **Leon releases** (being displayed every 2 weeks), where you can find information and links to the latest Leon features & functionalities. All scheduled system **maintenances** and other important new can be found here as well.
  
 ===== Profile ===== ===== Profile =====
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 Here you can define items such as: disabling permanent deleting of sectors in Flights List, alternate airports, using Empty Legs, default flight & trip type, crew list suggestion when ading a new trip, Journey Log items, OPS & Sales checklist items or custom delay codes. Here you can define items such as: disabling permanent deleting of sectors in Flights List, alternate airports, using Empty Legs, default flight & trip type, crew list suggestion when ading a new trip, Journey Log items, OPS & Sales checklist items or custom delay codes.
  
-**Handling Requests**+**GAR emails**
  
-What you can set up here is strictly related with Handling Requests panel in Leon: MyHandling ID, Handling requests status changes, ​default email addresses or email subject, ​default ​HR email content ​or items requested from a handler, default HOTAC items, etc...+In this page you can insert a default ​'​**Cc**' ​email address as well as a default ​**email content** for sending GAR email & pdf fileHere you can also choose the **format** of the file itselfAttached file can be sent either as **PDF** or **XLS**. The format can be switched to a different one before sending GAR in GAR window.
  
 **Quotations** **Quotations**
  
-If you use quotes you can define here sending fully detailed quotes to Avinode (once you are integrated),​ sending ​MVT emails about fleet movement to clients, Flight Brief default email address ​and the content.+If you use quotes you can define here sending fully detailed quotes to Avinode (once you are integrated), ​simple quotes or not sending ​at all. You can also define here default email '​From',​ '​Cc' ​and '​Bcc',​ email subject & content ​for sales documents, such as: Flight Brief & Charter Contract. 
 +The same can be done in the panel [[leon:​email-templates|EMAIL TEMPLATES]].
  
 **Documents** **Documents**
  
-In this section you can define ​i.e. documents ​default ​displaying in Flights List or airport codes on themadding airport notes or flight ​number on them, default fuel cards on Trip Sheet and more.+In this section you can define ​**Notify Crew** functionality ​default ​email details (to use this optiongo to OPS, right-click with the mouse over the flight, select TRIP or LEG and by clicking '​Notify Crew' link Leon will show a pop-up window for sending ​flight ​documents to crew).  
 +Below you can find some additional settingsi.e. defining ​default ​**fuel cards** to show on Crew Trip Sheet document. 
  
-For more information regarding General Settings in Leon check [[leon:​general-settings|THIS LINK]]. 
  
 ===== Fleet ===== ===== Fleet =====
  
-To add a new **aircraft**,​ or to edit already added go to **Settings > Fleet** and click the link 'Add new aircraft'​.+[{{ :​leon:​introduction:​fleet main page.png?​200|Section ​Fleet - main screen}}] 
 +[{{ :​leon:​admin-fleet-management:​fleet main page.png?​200|Aircraft edition page}}]
  
-If you type first letter or number of the aircraft type you want to add, Leon will show suggestions in a drop-down list. You also need to insert ​**aircraft short name** and **aircraft registration** as these are mandatory fields to be filled inThe other mandatory fields are: aircraft ​home baseits colour ​and minimum cabin & cockpit crew.+The main **FLEET** page shows is split in **2** panels: FLEET - showing real tails, and VIRTUAL FLEET - showing virtual tailsYou can filter the page by an aircraft ​typeaircraft status (all, active, not active, deleted) ​and whether you want to view ACMI or non-ACMI tails.
  
 +The **aircraft edition** section is divided into **4** tabs:
  
 +  * **BASIC** - here you can find most important aircraft information,​ such as: name, IATA code, registration,​ PAX capacity, max cargo, weight & fuel units or MTOW.
 +  * **OPS** - this tab shows OPS related information of the aircraft, of which the __mandatory__ ones are: **Max fuel** & **Burn fuel on taxi per h**.
 +  * **SALES** - in this panel you can add **Airport Fees & Aircraft Fees** (previously set up in a section SALES > FEES). An interesting option is a possibility of uploading **pictures** for the particular aircraft and then make it displayed in your '​Requests/​Quotes'​ panel documents with the help of [[leon:​documents-manager|Documents Manager]], where in Available Data > Aircraft you can find an item '​Pictures'​ to be used.
 +  * **PERFORMANCE** - here you can add the **aircraft performance** data which will be used for calculating **STA** time on all trips on the particular tail. Speed Profiles part of the page allows to define an aircraft speed: either Simple one or Advanced one - this is then used to suggest an **Arrival time** when adding a new flight (Leon shows STA time based on aircraft speed, GCD and an average winds).
  
-Additionally add other aircraft details of which important ones are: +Right below mentioned 4 tabs Leon shows the **status** of the aircraft: 
-[{{ :​leon:​admin-fleet-management:​Aircraft.png?​200|Aircraft data edition main screen}}] +  * **Active** - an aircraft ​used by the operator - charged ​by Leon accounts
-  * **Capacity** - useful if you add pax to Leon and the number of pax exceeds capacity Leon will issue a warning. +  * **Not used** - an aircraft not used and not charged ​by Leon, but still available in filters ​(for data reports generating). 
-  ​* **Home base** - add an airport code so that Leon can use it to show the aircraft ​location (i.e. in a section Calendar). +  * **Deleted** - an aircraft ​deleted, not charged by Leon, not available ​in any of the sections
-  * **Default flight number** - used by Leon when adding a new trip. Additionally you can mark a checkbox '​Increase flight number by one' to have next added leg of the trip to have the number increased ​by one+  * **ACMI** - an aircraft temporarily leased or sub chartered aircraft by your company. ​1 ACMI tail is free of charge.
-  * **Weight/Fuel unit** - set the default units used by Leon when adding a Journey Log (post-flight ​data). +
-  * **Colour** - all flights of this aircraft ​will appear ​in selected colour (in a section Flights List)+
-  * **ACMI** - mark if the aircraft ​is temporarily leased or sub chartered aircraft by your company. +
-  * **Minimum cockpit/​cabin crew** - these fields will determine basic crew for an aircraft for FDP calculation. Anything above that will be cosidered as augmented/​double crew. +
-  * **Status** - when the aircraft ​is marked as '​deleted'​ it will be removed from all filters in Leon as well as Timeline. Status 'not used' does not remove it from Leon. +
-  * **CAM Data** - fields "FH/FC exceed warning"​ will help to trigger CAM warnings in Edit Flight or when adding the Flight. +
-  * **Performance fields** - '​Climb'​ and '​Descent'​ rates added to aircraft performace fields can be used in generating '​Cosmic Radiation Dose' report. Adding 'Max range with 0 PAX or max PAX' will result in displaying a warning "ADES out of range for leg..." when the range between ADEP and ADES is larger than the one specified for the aircraft. +
-  * **Aircraft brochure** - here you can upload aircraft brochure (i.e. aircraft inside view photos etc) which then are automatically sent with quotation documents, such as: Flight Brief, Charter Contract and Flight Quotation. You can upload 1 file of maximum of 5MB in PDF format. +
  
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 Adding a new user to Leon can be done in **2 ways**: Adding a new user to Leon can be done in **2 ways**:
-[{{ :​leon:​admin-users:​New user profile.png?​200|Adding a new user from section Settings > Users}}] 
-  * **New user** - in a section Settings > Users you can add both: new users who are not a part of crew staff as well as crew members. Click link **Add user** and add mandatory details, such as: **name** and **login**. You can also add passport details, which are used on some of documents (such as General Declaration). 'Home base' is used by Leon to properly calculate crew rest (at home base or away from home base). 
  
-A tab **Groups** allows you to assign a new user to a particular group (to which you can define privileges explained [[leon:privileges|HERE]]).+[{{ :leon:user-profile:​user profile.png?​200|User's profile}}]
  
-Once a new user is added you can edit his profile and set his **Personal Endorsements** (described under [[leon:endorsements|THIS LINK]]).+  * **New user** - in a section Settings > Users you can add both: new users who are not a part of crew staff as well as crew members. Click link **NEW USER** and add mandatory details, such asName, Surname, Sex, Code, Login and Homebase . You can also add passport details, which are used on some of documents (such as General Declaration). 'Home base' is used by Leon to properly calculate crew rest (at home base or away from home base). By using other tabs in upper part of the window you can add **Ratings**,​ define with whom crew should not fly with and also add an option so that user won't be logged out by Leon.
  
-  ​* **New crew member** - can be added from section Crew > Crew Members (click ​'New crew member'​) where main details ​can be defined, such as: name/​surnamelogincode, home base, email address and ratingsTo add more details click link **Full user edit** or go to Settings > Users.+By clicking ​**Open full edit** link Leon shows full user's profile. Here you can add additional details, such as:  Place of birthphoneor change permission group. 
 + 
 +In a tab '​Personal Endorsements'​ you can edit crew **Personal Endorsements** (described in [[leon:​endorsements|THIS LINK]])
  
 <​box>​A field **Email work** is a very important one as this is the **main email address to which the password will be sent out as well as notifications** or any other messages.</​box>​ <​box>​A field **Email work** is a very important one as this is the **main email address to which the password will be sent out as well as notifications** or any other messages.</​box>​
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 +===== Bookings =====
  
 +[{{ :​leon:​sales-bookings:​Bookings 1.png?​200|Bookings calendar view}}]
 +
 +**Bookings** is the Calendar-like section where it is possible to see all the aircraft tasks in one view. '​Bookings'​ allows viewing all the gaps (availability) in the aircraft schedule and helps the Sales Teams selling the flights.
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 +It is possible to expand the height of the columns if need be. In the aircraft registration column hover the mouse over the line separating 2 differen aircraft. If you see {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​double arrow.png?​nolink|}} icon, hold it and expand.
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 +The '​Bookings'​ view is divided to filter section at the top and the calendar with the aircraft operations below the filter.
 +
 +The **top filter** contains such elements as:
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 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​TF - Requests.png?​nolink|}} - allows switchich view to [[leon:​sales|Requests/​Quotes]] section.
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​TF - Display.png?​nolink|}} - option to choose between '​Quotes'​ only view, '​Schedule'​ only view and both '​Quotes&​Schedule'​ view. '​Quotes&​Schedule'​ will divide Aircraft row into '​QUOTATION'​ section (at the top) and '​SCHEDULE'​ section (below) separated by the line.
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​TF - Date Range.png?​nolink|}} - option to choose the date range. You can either do it by choosing from the options available in the dropdown or select the range in the available calendar.
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​TF - Today.png?​nolink|}} - Clicking on **TODAY** will limit the view to one day only (today). Using arrows will move the schedule forward/​backwards by the number of days chosen in the date range starting from the beginning/​end of filtered date. For example, if the date range is 29/01 - 29/02, clicking on right arrow will move it to 29/02 - 31/03
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​TF - Aircraft.png?​nolink|}} - option to filter by aircraft
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​TF - Dots.png?​nolink|}} - here you can choose preferred airport code (switch between airport ICAO/IATA codes) and the Timezone (UTC/LT).
 +
 +The **indication of the operations** within the '​Bookings'​ view is as follow:
 +
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​BI - Confirmed.png?​nolink|}} - **Confirmed commercial flight**
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​BI - NonCom.png?​nolink|}} - **Non-commercial flight added from OPS section**
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​BI - Option.png?​nolink|}} - **Option flight**
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​BI - JL.png?​nolink|}} - **Flight Completed - Journey Log inserted**
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​BI - RQ.png?​nolink|}} - **Quote Request**
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​BI - Res.png?​nolink|}} - **Reservation**
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​BI - ResOption.png?​nolink|}} - **Reservation Option**
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​BI - MX.png?​nolink|}} - **Maintenance**
 +  * {{:​leon:​sales-bookings:​bi-aogmx.png?​nolink|}} - **AOG Maintenance**
 +
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 +It is possible to add the **Reservation** from this screen. To do so, click on 'ADD RESERVATION'​ button, fill in the data in the pop-up window and save the changes.
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 +You can also **edit the Flight/​Option/​Quotation** as long as it was added from the '​Request/​Quotes'​ section.
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 +It is also possible to edit Maintenance/​AOG Maintenance and Reservations. Clicking on Maintenance/​AOG Maintenance will edit the particular Maintenance in MX > Scheduled Maintenance section. Clicking on '​Reservation'​ will edit this '​Reservation'​ in a pop-up window in the '​Bookings'​ screen.
 + 
 +<​box>​**Flights added from OPS section are not clickable in '​Bookings'​ section.**</​box>​
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 ===== Adding crew, pax, clients ===== ===== Adding crew, pax, clients =====
  
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   * **RocketRoute** - flight planning & management software.   * **RocketRoute** - flight planning & management software.
   * **Eurocontrol** - air traffic management.   * **Eurocontrol** - air traffic management.
 +  * **Centrik** - managing Risk, Safety, Compliance, Manuals, Documents, Meetings, Training and more.
   * **UVair** - products and services for the general aviation industry.   * **UVair** - products and services for the general aviation industry.
   * **Aero CRS** - a cloud based system for managing and operating a small-medium airline scheduled or charter based operation.   * **Aero CRS** - a cloud based system for managing and operating a small-medium airline scheduled or charter based operation.
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   * **UvGO** -  a program to create and file flight plans for domestic, regional, and intercontinental routes.   * **UvGO** -  a program to create and file flight plans for domestic, regional, and intercontinental routes.
   * **Videcom** - compliant Airline Reservation System providing Inventory Hosting, IATA Eticketing, Internet Booking Engine, GDS Distribution,​ Codeshare and Interline connections.   * **Videcom** - compliant Airline Reservation System providing Inventory Hosting, IATA Eticketing, Internet Booking Engine, GDS Distribution,​ Codeshare and Interline connections.
-  * **Drivania** - providing private ground transportation in more than 1,000 cities through their global network of highly qualified chauffeurs+
  
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