Info & Concepts
It is possible to copy an aircraft schedule from one version of Aerotrack to another. This may be required if an aircraft is sold to another company that also uses Aerotrack. The function will export the aircraft data to a spreadsheet which can then be sent to another user and imported into another tenancy. The schedule will remain in the originators tenancy but we recommend it is set to an “Inactive” status to avoid confusion regarding the current status of the records.
Exporting a Schedule
- From the aircraft schedule table view open the aircraft that you wish to export.
- In the very top menu bar select the “Methods” menu and click on Export_Schedule.
- This creates a file that holds the information for the schedule and allows the user to save the file to the desired location.
- A window will open asking for the location to save the file.
- Select the location and choose “Save” to complete the export.
- You may now send the file to another user to be imported to another tenancy.
- The file will be in .xls format and can be opened in MS Excel. As the export is designed to be imported it is not in a format that is easily interrupted by a person. It is best imported and analysed Aerotrack.
Importing a Schedule
- Save the .xls file in a location where it can be easily accessed.
- Ensure that the registration of the file being imported does not already exist in your system.
- From the Aircraft Schedules table view open the “Methods” menu in the top menu bar.
- Click on Import_Schedule to begin the import process. This opens the select file window.
- Navigate to the location of your file and select the file that you wish to import.
- Click “Select” to import the schedule.
- If the new schedule does not immediately appear click the “Show All” icon in the top right.