Manually File a PiRep?

MyActive AirSource (MyAAS) is the program used by AirSource members to record their flight time. Requires Microsoft Flight Simulator and (free) version of FSUIPC. MyAAS 2 is programmed by AS 201 Joe Hamilton, and is always being reviwed for new features.

Manually File a PiRep?

Postby AS524 » 28 Aug 2018 12:01

Hello,

As we were having issues with myAAS yesterday, I had already started a flight from EDDF-KJFK and logged it personally on my machine via FSACARS just to record the time the flight took to complete.

I completed the flight today and would like to manually file the PiRep. Is this possible? I do not see an option to manually file it in my logbook.

Please advise.

Thanks.

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Re: Manually File a PiRep?

Postby AS 2 Tom Little » 29 Aug 2018 00:33

Hello Kenneth,

Try it now. You should see a link to file PIREP. They system will make sure you are logged in on a session (rather than cookies) so you may have to log in and then you can PIREP.

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Re: Manually File a PiRep?

Postby AS524 » 29 Aug 2018 02:01

AS 2 Tom Little wrote:Hello Kenneth,

Try it now. You should see a link to file PIREP. They system will make sure you are logged in on a session (rather than cookies) so you may have to log in and then you can PIREP.


Thank you. That worked.

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