The ultimate Pilot Logbook ‪!‬

MCC bvba

    • 2.0 • 37 Ratings
    • Free



mccPILOTLOG is a mobile companion for the main PC software program. The app allows you to log flights while away from home. Flight records are synched to the main PC database when you are back at home.

The app is developed for any kind of pilot, whether you drive the Boeing 787, you enjoy flying a Piper 28 Cherokee or gliders, or you serve oil rigs as a helicopter pilot...

Display local time, DST rules, sunrise/sunset, globe view for all 40,000 airfields that come with the app database. Get actual METAR/TAF weather reports, look-up any airfield on a map or calculate rhumb line and great-circle distance between 2 airfields.

mccPILOTLOG for iOS works off-line and does not require continuous internet connection. After logging a series of flights, all records are transferred to the main PC database via home or hotel wifi or 3G network. No hassle with cables, no special drivers to be installed.

The mobile app is not intended to be, and should not be used as, an independent logbook application, but only as a complementary mobile tool to the main PC program.

mccPILOTLOG logbook software is comprehensive PC program for MS Windows computers. The software runs also on Mac OS through Parallels Desktop or Bootcamp.

The PC software connects to your airline crew web portal (such as AIMS eCrews, Sabre FLiCA, Sabre CrewTrac, Sabre CWP Rocade, CatCrew, CrewDock) and transfers your planned flight roster to the iOS app. The software prints over 80 different reports and some 30 different EASA/FAA logbook formats.

You can free download the PC application from

What’s New

Version 4.5.3

- added a feature to export all Logbook tables as CSV files (on the Help screen). This file can be later imported into v5.2 desktop app.

Ratings and Reviews

2.0 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

Ikaika8o8 ,

Logbook without a membership

If you’re looking for an alternative to Logten Pro since the switch to ios11 this seems like an enticing app without the recurring fees. There are definitely ways that Mccpilotlog excels but the overall design logic is poor and when you need tutorials upon tutorials there is an issue. An application should have a level of simplicity where the user doesn’t have to flip through nearly 100 pages of user manual. Something simple as uploading flights from the mobile application can be tedious as the PC is seen as a master device while Logten Pro simply shared all the same settings. Additionally logging take-off and landing times can only be done in either zulu or local time while in Logten it can be done either way for convenience. These may sound trivial but these were comforts that one is to expect out of a premium application for working professionals who don’t have time to delve into more manuals. Although improvements are being made it’s towards supporting airlines and not catering to the current user experience.

Since writing this review I’ve had problems with updating my desktop database with what’s on my mobile when it’s clearly logged and successfully updating; but the main problem is the lack of coherent tech support with timely responses. Some responses are often days apart without anything useful.

Developer Response ,

Hi Pilot! Thank you for your feedback, we appreciate your suggestion and we definitely take all of these in consideration. Indeed synchronization will be improved, in fact we are currently working on a cloud based version which will be released soon. You can email support as well for any other improvement suggestions you have. We are excited to hear more of these from you.

999Capt ,

Absolute Crap

I’m a mellow guy and it really takes a bit to get me upset but this app is garbage. Honestly the support team is in Vietnam and once they do get back to you days later, they do not answer the question or provide any solution. I once spent over 10 days emailing them just to get a sync going. Not ONCE have I even had a seamless sync with my airline, always error message after error message. Then the software was not compatible with Mac OS, then crew lounge came out but the process of switching over was a nightmare. Now, nothing syncs, getting in touch with support is a absolute nightmare, and I broke down this week and forked out the money for Log Ten Pro. LTP support emailed me back 10 minutes later, they offered to take all of my CSV files and import them for me. Just Grade A awesomeness. Honestly, as a career pilot, using this program for my logbook was easily one of the top 10 worst decisions I’ve made in my life. It is just an absolute horror of a company and for what, to save some money. The money savings is absolutely not worth the headache and stress from MCC. I literally cannot recommend enough that you etch your hours in stone with a chisel before using this logbook.

Developer Response ,

Dear 999Capt, the Vietnam office is responsible for cloud development, not for support. Customer support is our top priority and we regret that you had a bad experience with us. We were unable to meet your expectations. We are drawing lessons from this to improve our services. Fly safe! #mccpilotlog

Fireman Dan941 ,

Mcc not focused on the core product.

After ten days of emails regarding an input of total time from old logs, I am still at the starting point. Mcc removed the link for uploading ExCell files (.csv). This created an issue for this user and it seems they have decided to forever about it. I learned that some of the operations are in Vietnam and some in the Philippines. Boasting 24/7 service this is problematic because right away for the US they are already a day ahead. They always take at least 2 days to answer. So with English being the Official aviation language, it would follow that communication is the issue. The software is not intuitively easy to use. And while it offers features for almost any commercial pilot, making this work to provide simple log totals is overall very complicated. No platform can do everything for everybody. Now they call their suite “Crew Lounge”. That is one place where virtually nothing gets done. And it seems their software fits that narrative.

Developer Response ,

Dear Pilot! We have offices in Asia and Europe and work 24/7. We work as hard as we can to support our customers as soon as possible. We reply to most tickets within 48 hours. #Crewlounge

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