Every now and then you may need to update a user’s privileges so that they can access modules they otherwise can’t. To update a user’s type you must first go to the Admin module. From here select the User Accounts option, which will open a full list of users and their current type, and select the corresponding pencil for the
Open up the Mapping & Navigation tool from the Maps & Charts module. Click and drag any of the aircraft currently flying to any destination and in the top left corner you will see a prompt with several data points, one of which is the ETA for that particular machine based on the location you dragged to.
Printing weight and balance reports is easy and only takes a few steps. From the main dashboard click on the Admin Tools icon. This will open up a list of admin tools, Aircraft Maintenance being the one of interest for this particular action. After clicking Aircraft Maintenance, then Aircraft List, select the appropriate aircraft. Next click on the Edit Aircraft
Using Cirro is a great alternative to paper maps, but if you need to work offline, it’d seem at first glance that Cirro’s mapping module won’t work for your needs. Think again. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use the Cirro maps module offline plus point out some helpful tips to keep in mind. Step 1. Check If
Cirro users can now send SMS messages to any available aircraft through the Maps and Charts module. How? It’s easy. Navigate to the Maps and Charts module from the main dashboard. Click on any of the aircraft icons from the main mapping and navigation view. From here, a menu will appear on the right hand side with general aircraft information.
From the main dashboard navigate to the Maps & Charts module and then the Mapping & Navigation tool. 1) In the top left corner of the main maps overview are 4 different icons. The second from the top, the marker tool, is used to create a new waypoint. Once you’ve selected the marker tool, you should notice your mouse cursor