Have a question about Cirro? Have a look below for frequently asked questions.
In terms of equipment, can we track vehicles and fuel?
Can Cirro be used when I can't get a connection to the Internet?
Can Cirro handle SPOT devices?
Can Cirro handle custom flight duty time rules?
Can Cirro provide maps and GPS tracking data for my flights?
Can Cirro track field gear and other company assets?
Can Dangerous Goods Manifests be created and managed with Cirro?
Can I create and file my flight plan using Cirro?
Is my data stored in the Cirro system secure?
Can I limit access to my booking and scheduling information using Cirro?
Are airports included in the mapping module?
My company is regularly audited by regulators and clients. Can Cirro help me with the audits?
Does someone visit the site in order to make changes? How are updates done?
How are customized rules maintained and entered. Does it take someone with programming skills to create those rules?
Can audit changes be made at the database level?
Has Transport Canada had a look at Cirro during an audit?
Do you have approval from Transport Canada to use digital signatures to sign off on reports?
Are you integrated with the maintenance side?
Is there a billing component to the system?
Can the system accommodate for split duty times?
In terms of PVI inspections, specifically related to TDG, are reports available on-demand for all managers?
How does it work if you are out in the bush where there is no cell coverage?
What cloud system are you using to run Cirro?
How do you deal with privacy? What is your security policy?
Prior to AirSuite’s Cirro software, our company relied on a variety of different apps in a piece-meal way to help manage things like flight plans, pilot duty time, weight and balance, transportation of dangerous goods and all of the dozens of daily flight requirements. Many still rely on paper and basic Excel programs.