On Thursday May 21st at 7pm EDT we held a webinar to show you how to connect AirSync to your electronic pilot logbook. You can use AirSync to automatically fill-out entries in your ForeFlight and LogTenPro logbooks. Click Here to watch now.
On Thursday April 30th at 7pm EDT we held our, "What is AirSync?" webinar. This introduction to AirSync is perfect for aircraft owners and operators alike. Click here to watch now.
AirSync Featured on AOPA Live and AOPA Pilot Magazine, January 2020 Edition
AirSync provides the current flight status and history of your entire fleet, whether it's 1 plane or 100, all in one place.
The days of the paper aircraft flight log and dispatch sheet are numbered. AirSync automatically captures the entire history of your aircraft and makes it available online for easy access by everyone who needs it.
Everything you want to know about your aircraft is available right at your fingertips via the web or mobile device.
Hear What AirSync Users Have to Say
Bob Garity, Cirrus Owner, Platinum CSIP
AirSync allows me to receive an email after each flight in my 2018 Cirrus SR22 which provides a visual track overview of the flight, the hobbs and flight time, engine start and stop times, total fuel used and gph, plus remaining fuel.
I can also get a reading of engine parameters, air speeds, and altitudes flown, etc. All this information is provided automatically after each flight without having to remove the engine data card. It is particularly useful for tracking aircraft that are being rented or leased by other pilots. I know right away where they flew and how they flew the airplane.
I see this service being very useful in identifying any pilot and engine issues before they become a real problem.
Barry Goldberg, GM, OpenAir Charter and Flight Training
OpenAir has been working with AirSync since its inception and we have seen the service evolve to meet our needs throughout our Charter, Aircraft Management and Flight School departments spread across multiple locations.
AirSync's ability to automatically fill out our flight logs and populate electronic log books has helped us reduced labor, eliminate human error and avoid downtime from 100hr inspections sneaking up on us.
In addition to knowing where each aircraft in our fleet is at all times, I love the ability to confirm post flight fuel loading as well as the ending hobbs and tach time. Having this accurate information at our fingertips makes billing and ground operations tasks much smoother and more efficient for our entire staff.
The AirSync team has been quick to update the service and work with us to add additional features that we have requested. I highly recommend AirSync to any flight department or individual user. AirSync is truly a valuable member of the OpenAir team.
Kamal B. SR22 Owner
AirSync works great and it even uploads the flight to LogTenPro if you want it to. AirSync saves me plenty of time and I always have a full and detailed email record of the flight details
Eric Mosteller, President and CEO, Palomar Aviation
I love AirSync! We put the system in our aircraft at delivery and used it as we flew across the country back to California. AirSync worked the first time and started pushing data to the App on my phone immediately after our first flight.
I plan to use this service on our entire fleet to manage Hobbs and Tach times, as well as tracking aircraft movement.
AirSync is a great product!
AirSync natively integrates with CloudAhoy to automatically upload your flights into CloudAhoy for debrief as soon as your aircraft shuts down.
AirSync natively integrates with ForeFlight to enable you to quickly create logbook entries for flights captured by AirSync
Flight Schedule Pro
AirSync natively integrates with Flight Schedule Pro to automatically import pilot assignments from FSP into AirSync
AirSync natively integrates with Savvy Analysis to automatically upload your flights for analysis as soon as your aircraft shuts down.
Introducing Automatic Post-Flight Analysis with Alerts
AirSync now automatically analyzes each flight as soon as your aircraft lands to give an OK, CAUTION, WARNING rating for the flight based upon multiple flight and engine parameters.
Note: Entry Service Tier is limited to 200 Flight Hours per year
How Do I Get Connected With AirSync?
AirSync comes as a self-install kit. To install, insert the AirSync SD Card into the avionics panel, plug the AirSync Bridge into a USB port or cigarette lighter adapter and leave them in the plane.
You can purchase AirSync directly from our online Store
Aircraft owners and fleet operators new to AirSync can click here to request a free AirSync trial.