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JJOSH122
11-16-2010, 06:30 PM
Anyone have any advice on a/c management software? I'm looking for something to track operating costs, but also mx end as well. King Air C90 is only a/c. Thanks.


flywithjohn
11-17-2010, 12:49 AM
MyFBO and quickbooks is what use, but neither is really meant for a/c maintenance management, I'll do some asking to the mechanics.

Ziggy
11-17-2010, 03:10 PM
Anyone have any advice on a/c management software? I'm looking for something to track operating costs, but also mx end as well. King Air C90 is only a/c. Thanks.

You would probably need to enroll the A/C in a Mx program. They will track all the items and schedules required and most do a good job at providing timely status sheets. It's either this or come up with your own Mx schedule that complies with the manufacture and FAA requirements.


zyttocs
11-18-2010, 05:59 PM
I'm shopping for the same thing and have found two that I'm still considering:

Professional Flight Management Systems - Corporate Aviation Software (http://www.pfmsys.com/index.asp)
Aviation Flight Department Management Software (http://www.fltstatus.com/contactus.aspx)

JJOSH122
11-21-2010, 08:18 AM
What about Conklin De Decker's Life Cycle Cost program? Does anyone have any experience with it? Based on the product description on their website, it looks like it might offer a lot of what I'm looking for...