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updates:flight-watch-data-updates-ftl-calculations-for-flights-in-leon [2016/08/30 13:06] (current)
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 Before this implementation Leon would update FTL calculations only when a **Journey Log** was added to the system. ​ Before this implementation Leon would update FTL calculations only when a **Journey Log** was added to the system. ​
  
-But sometimes OPS would not be able to add a '​Journey Log' data straight away. They still need to see if FTL after the last performed flight would affect the next duty.+But sometimes OPS would not be able to add a '​Journey Log' data straight away. They still need to see if FTL times after the last performed flight would affect the next duty.
  
  
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 [{{ :​updates:​FW.png?​300|Flight Watch data updating FTL in Leon}}] [{{ :​updates:​FW.png?​300|Flight Watch data updating FTL in Leon}}]
  
-Leon will update FTL displaying in the $$Flights List$$ when **Flight Watch** data is added to Leon. So you don't need to fill in **Journey Log** to check if FDP or Duty times have been exceeded+Leon will update FTL displaying in the $$Flights List$$ when **Flight Watch** data is added to Leon. You can still correct ​'Flight Watch' data in your 'Journey Log'
  
 The example below shows the situation, where **scheduled FDP** does not exceed **Max FDP**. The example below shows the situation, where **scheduled FDP** does not exceed **Max FDP**.
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