Flight Schedule Pro integrates with LogTen, enabling student and instructor pilots to share flight data seamlessly to their electronic pilot log.

November 10, 2022 – Flight Schedule Pro today announces the newest version of their software for flight schools, universities, and flying clubs includes integration with LogTen Pilot Logbook for iPhone, iPad, Watch and Mac.

Jasen Barnes, Flight Schedule Pro CEO, says, “One of the top requests from operators, students, and instructors alike has been the integration of a pilot logbook with Flight Schedule Pro. Now, with the tap of a button, pilots can share their flight data with LogTen for quick, easy, accurate record keeping, and flight data analysis.”

Instructor and student pilots can now send completed flight hours and details to LogTen with one click when a flight has been checked-in on the Flight Schedule Pro platform.

Flight Schedule Pro developed the feature with North Carolina-based partner Blue Line Aviation before launch to ensure it met flight school needs.

"This integration significantly reduces the time spent filling out records after a lesson,” says Adam Walters, Blue Line Aviation Flight School President. “Being able to send flight information from Flight Schedule Pro into the students’ LogTen logbooks at the push of a button reduces errors, eliminates redundant data entry and ensures our students get a head start on other candidates in the workforce by having an accurate and detailed electronic logbook from the beginning."

Flight Schedule Pro has now released the feature to over 1,100 operators around the world.

Barnes adds, “We’re excited to launch this new feature for all operators and pilots using Flight Schedule Pro. Streamlining data entry for pilots gives them quick access to all the features LogTen offers, including currency, limits and goals tracking, industry leading analytics, and over 120 reports. Helping pilots get organized and improve their flying experience.”

To learn more about Flight Schedule Pro, visit: https://www.flightschedulepro.com 

To learn more about Coradine Aviation Systems and LogTen, visit: https://coradine.com

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About Flight Schedule Pro
Flight Schedule Pro is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider in the aviation industry, serving 1,000+ operators and booking over 10,000 flights per day. Established career pilot training centers, universities, and colleges across the country use Flight Schedule Pro to help them streamline operations, grow their businesses, and introduce more people to the world of flying. The platform offers flight scheduling, Part 141 & Part 61 training, online billing and payments, and aircraft maintenance operations management capabilities.

About Coradine
Coradine transformed pilot operations with the introduction of the world’s first pilot logbook for Mac in 2004, iOS in 2007, and most recently on Apple Watch. Today, Coradine leads the world in professional logbook software, helping make pilots' lives easier and safer, while reducing paper use and the environmental impact of aviation around the globe. Coradine is committed to creating technology to accelerate the future of aviation, and to do our part in helping create a sustainable future. For more information, visit Coradine at www.coradine.com or connect on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.

About Blue Line Aviation
Blue Line Aviation is located at 3149B Swift Creek Road, in Smithfield, North Carolina, and was established in 2012. Blue Line Aviation is one of only a few flight schools in the world to provide quality flight training programs at such an accelerated pace. In less than six months, students can go from no experience to fully confident and certified pilots, fully prepared for a career in aviation. For more inquiries and additional information, please visit our website (http://bluelineaviation.com), find us on social media, or contact Ashley Tucker, our Vice President of Sales and Marketing, at (919) 578-3713 ext. 305.