LOST FLIGHT

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.

LOST FLIGHT

Postby Greg AS#147 » 27 Nov 2016 15:09

I just flew my last leg on the Home or The Holidays flight from KORD to CZBA. When I went to PIREP my flight it gave me am error saying that I was not a valid pilot and to go to settings maintenance. I flew for 2.4 hours and now can't PIREP my flight. Have I lost this flight and do I have to fly it over again? Under the General Aviation are there is no where to manually PIRPEP this flight. I had the same thing happen when I went to fly my Schedule Division flight except there you can manually PIREP your flight.
I flew my General Aviation flight with a Cessna Grand Caravan 208. Can someone please help me with issue and once again, do I need to fly this over again or PIREP it manually somewhere?

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Re: LOST FLIGHT

Postby AS201 Joe » 27 Nov 2016 19:33

No, it should still be there.

Try to file it again, see if it works.

If you get the same error, go to Options->Maintenance->Edit Pilot Info and verify your Username/Password. Then try to file it again.

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Re: LOST FLIGHT

Postby Greg AS#147 » 27 Nov 2016 22:02

Yes the flight is still there, but not giving me the option to PIREP, but I do have the option to fly selected flight, which I really don't want to do again if I don't have to. It was a 2.4 hour flight.

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Re: LOST FLIGHT

Postby AS201 Joe » 27 Nov 2016 22:16

Greg,

Send me your myaas2.db file and I'll get it fixed up for you.

jbham -at- hotmail.com

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Re: LOST FLIGHT

Postby Greg AS#147 » 28 Nov 2016 00:11

LOL....I don't know where to find that. It might be easier for me to refly the flight.

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Re: LOST FLIGHT

Postby AS201 Joe » 28 Nov 2016 00:23

Same place you have the myaas2.exe

Just attach it to an e-mail.

Or, if you want to try. Right-Click on the flight and change it to a completed flight. It will be limited to time recorded and no landing rate but, will complete the flight for you and make it file-able. Hopefully there is 2.4 hours in there. If there isn't, let us know before you file it (you should be able to tell from the upload flight screen).

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Re: LOST FLIGHT

Postby Greg AS#147 » 28 Nov 2016 00:44

I found the db file and have sent it to you. It will not allow me to right click on the flight to change it to complete.

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