Leon is available as the application for crew members. Leon mobile application for iPhone, iPad and Android can be downloaded for free. In the App store type in 'Leon Software' in the search box and install the application.
In order to upgrade to the new version, please go to App store (iTunes for iOS and Play for Android) and in your existing applications section, you should be able to see an option for an upgrade.
Once you have downloaded the application, click on Leon icon in order to bring up the login page. Insert the same logging in details you use for the web Leon version.
The main screen of the application will display a screen with 5 main panels of the app:
In the top-left corner, you also have access to the Dashboard which gives options to Reset or to Log out.
This section is designed to view flights, positionings and duties of the person logged in.
Flights and positionings that are not assigned or assigned to a different crew or scheduled Maintenance will not show in this view.
If you click on a particular flight in this panel, Leon shows a clock-icon - click it to view Roster history made on that day. You can also click the same icon on the menu bar and Leon will show roster changes (as on screenshot below).
In the filter, it is possible to switch between IATA/ICAO codes and UTC/BT times. All other functions, with little exceptions, are the same as in the 'Calendar' section.
'Weekly Rest' for this purpose is considered as 36h free of duties including two local nights in 168h period. Click the filter to enable showing weekly rest in the roster calendar.
'Weekly Rest' in 'My Schedule' view indicates where the weekly rest actually takes place.
'Weekly rest' is marked with the light-blue colour and is applied only after a flight, positioning, Simulator or any other duty included by definition in the FTL calculations.
The presentation is as follow:
Clicking on the tile will show the details of the duty as well as the information that the 'Weekly rest' applied.
The indication of weekly rest applies only to the logged-in User.
Schedule section of the mobile app shows a calendar view on crew flights, positionings, office duties as well as all duties added in the Duty Roster. Users can check Flights details, PAX details, Checklist items status & notes, FTL Calculations and add Journey Log data.
On top of the screen there are available options:
Filter window is divided into 2 sections:
In order to see Non-Aircraft duties you need to unmark Flights in the filter. Once this is done you will only see duties such as Maintenance, Reservation, Positioning and Office considering they are still ticked in the filter.
If the “Flights” are ticked in the filter, flying activities will override Non-Aircraft duties in the calendar screen. In this case if you want to see Maintenance details you have to click on the specific day and it will be displayed below the calendar. You can find more information on viewing and displaying duties further down in this section.
Options when marked will show all flights with the status 'Option', which on the mobile calendar are displayed with stripes. Only my activities will allow you to filter by the flights and duties you are assigned to.
Select a period of time and by clicking on the particular tile you can view your duty. The current day is marked by a blue line at the bottom of the tile. The selected day will stand out by a blue belt at the bottom edge of the tile.
The meaning of markings on each calendar day are as follows:
1 - day of the month.
2 - duty symbol - it's displayed in exactly the same way as in the 'Crew Duty' roster in Leon.
3 - the colour of the tile reflects the kind of fleet activity on the day:
Although all activities of the day will be displayed in the tiles, the flights, maintenances and reservations will take priority in display. The colours correspond to the view in the calendar of the browser application. Full colour coding of the application is available in our main manual: CALENDAR.
The maintenances and reservations contain the following information:
If you see a “Refresh” symbol on Maintenance Duty this means that there are other duties apart from Maintenance that might be hidden. Refreshing it brings up these duties. Such a situation usually happens when Maintenance falls on the borderline days of duties display.
4 - main activity symbol - appears if the logged-in user is scheduled as a crew member for any flight on that day, according to the filter settings. The same applies to positioning (bus icon) or office work (computer icon). Only one icon is displayed. If there are multiple activities, the most important one is displayed in the followingg order: flight, positioning, office work.
Below the calendar there will be displayed duty details, such as:
Leon Mobile application has an option of viewing duties when offline.
In such case Leon Mobile App will display the following:
To check flight details select it in the calendar and click it when it appears below the calendar. Leon will show 5 tabs, each displaying different trip data.
A tab Flight contains all most important flight details on top of the screen, such as:
Below Leon shows additional information:
Tab PAX section displays the PAX number as well as the list of passengers added to a flight. If additional details were added to the passenger's profile, ie. preferences, they can be found by clicking on a passenger's name.
If the passport number is expired, it will be displayed in red.
All checklist items added to the flight appear in this tab along with all notes and statuses. If notes have been added to the item, Leon shows an arrow - click it to view any extra information inserted into the checklist item.
It is possible to edit the Checklist and change the statuses in the Mobile app.
In order to edit the Checklist the person has to have the following privileges switched to 'EDIT' status:
Editing and changing the statuses of the checklist is quite simple:
The tab FTL displays the FTL Calculations as per the FTL Calculations tab in the section CREW in the browser version of the SCHEDULE.
It is divided into 2 sections:
This is the information of the flight the FTL regulations apply to.
This section displays the full FDP period (all sectors and duties falling into one FDP period) along with reporting times and rest before and after flights/duties.
The colour of the dot next to the FTL CALCULATIONS represents the legality to fly. Red dot indicates a violation of any of the regulations listed below the FDP activity. The regulations display limits according to OM7 and the actual times performed by the crew member. To see which regulation is violated simply scroll down the screen. The green ticks next to the regulations indicate that given regulation is not violated. Red cross will be displayed next to the violated regulations.
The Auto switch refers to automatically applied reporting times, which are according to the OM7 of the Operator.
Journey Log tab shows flight schedule data on top of the screen. Below all there are all post-flight data inserted into Leon. The screen is divided into 2 parts:
Full JL mandatory fields:
Optional fields - all other details enabled in Leon section Settings, i.e.: uplift, pilot flying, delay code, PAX, cargo, etc…
It is important for the crew - once they have finished their duty - to inform crew assigned to the next leg, on the same aircraft, about remaining fuel on board and other details. For this purpose, we have added 2 new fields to the Journey Log panel (to be enabled in Settings > Flight Editing section).
Leon will show the value of JL Fuel remaining from the previous flight in a section Flight of the mobile app, as Fuel on board before uplift - see example below.
On the flight WAW-GVA, in the Log panel, fuel details have been inserted, where 'Fuel remaining' shows as 2155 KG.
When crew assigned on the next leg GVA-WAW click on the flight in the mobile app and view details in a section 'Flight' - Leon will show the value of 2155 KG as 'Fuel on board before uplift'.
The same value will also show in the 'Log' section of the app as 'Fuel before uplift'.
Once this item has been added to the default JL items, crew will be able to leave some important information to the crew assigned on the next flight - see example below.
On the flight WAW-GVA crew inserted an information in the JL item Handover notes.
Crew assigned to the next flight will see it in the mobile app when they enter section 'Flight'
Adding Journey Log data
Click a particular JL detail to insert data (i.e. BLOFF or T/O). When selecting JL times Leon shows a pop-up window - click on time to get a clock pop-up displayed, where you need to click on the hour, then on minutes.
Leon will not let you to save JL untill you add mandatory flight times. If fuel details are missing Leon will show an orange dot, once fuel data is added, the dot becomes green.
You can send a file/screenshot along with the JL (one or more). Attached file/screenshot will appear in Leon web-version. It is also possible to remove attached file/screenshot at any time and attach a new one.
Leon will show TAH & TAC data at the bottom of the JL panel in the application (as long as CAM has been defined in Leon and all previous Journey Logs have been filled in in Leon).
It is possible to add Journey Log data in offline mode, in Leon mobile application.
When switching to offline mode, Leon shows an information 'Data not available in offline mode', however, you can still access Journey Log panel of the mobile app. Click it and Leon will show JL panel, with the information, that it is a DRAFT.
All changes will need to be saved when the device is back to online mode - Leon will show a button SAVE NOW.
When logging in to mobile application, Leon will shows a reminder if there is a JL draft unsaved. By clicking 'Confirm now' Leon will show draft to be saved or to be fixed (see screenshot on the right to see 3 states of the draft: Fill, Save and Fix)
Pilots can also check if there is any JL Draft pending to be saved by clicking icon and selecting
In a new window Leon shows details of the JL Draft along with the option to FILL in all remaining JL details.
The Endorsements section of the mobile application consists of the list of endorsements assigned to the crew member logged in.
The list includes:
The icon indicates an attached file. Clicking on an arrow next to the paperclip icon will expand the information about the endorsements including notes and all the attachments. The attachments will be opened in the web browser of the mobile device.
Select a start date, end date, and the duty, ie.: day off/holiday/training.
The list consists of all duties defined by the operator in Settings > Duties Setup. It is also possible to enter a note, ie.: with the reason for the request. This note will be viewed along with the request by the person planning duties.
In order to delete the request, go back to the list of requests, select the one you would like to delete and use the option “Delete” and confirm.
Once the duty is requested, the person/dept responsible for planning duties will see the request in the roster - the requested duty will appear in brackets - if the request is approved, will be able to remove the request and assign the requested duty instead. In such case, the request will be removed from the list of requests in the Mobile App and replaced with the actual duty in the Mobile App calendar.
A section Currency in Leon mobile app shows status of the currency defined in the panel Settings > Crew Currency Leon shows a green dot when currency is valid and a red dot is it's expired.
Inside 'Currency' Leon shows the name of the currency as well as aircraft type it concerns and expiry date.
A section Manuals in Leon app shows all uploaded files from a panel PRIVILEGES, tab Manuals.
Once files are uploaded there, crew can find them in this section of the app (see screenshots below). By clicking a particular file Leon will open it.
Users can also have access to uploaded files in their Full profile page (by clicking user's name in top-right corner).