MyFlightbook provides a convenient tool for pilots to enter their flights and track their flying totals and currency. All information is stored in the cloud.
Use of MyFlightbook requires a free account on MyFlightbook.com.
MyFlightbook enables you to:
• Access your logbook from anywhere.
• Enter new flights (including auto-location of nearest airports), or edit existing entries.
• View flying totals and do customized searches.
• View your flying currency.
• View the route of your flight on a map
• Upload, edit, and view pictures for flights (either existing, or taken with the iPhone/iPad camera), including comments.
• Find nearby airports and view airports you have visited.
MyFlightbook also contains optional functionality to auto-fill parts of your flight entry for you. (Note that continued use of this GPS-based functionality running in the background can decrease battery life.)
* "Show All Aircraft" in aircraft selection
* Updated airport database
* Bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
User-friendly, great ease of access, wonderful programming. Great product, thank you.
I have transitioned solely to electronic logbook now. The ability to access the information on any device is great; I don’t need to cart around my paper logbook everywhere. I was apprehensive at first to go with only digital, but after about 5 months of logging in the paper and digital, I decided that it would be far more simple to just keep one log. I haven't looked back since. I even have used it for a checkride with a DPE that is very old school; even he was on board with it (I didn't even have to show him the advisory circular that I had prepared for him).
The best independent flight log book out there.
I’ve been a MyFlightBook user for years now and it is hands down the best of the bunch. Why wouldn’t you use the log book in Foreflight? Well, my reasoning is because it ties your log book to FF. If FF changes its mind, or lets say makes that a charged add-on in the future you’re now stuck. By maintaining an electronic log book independent of any specific app you’re reducing the risk of losing that feature. MyFlightbook is priced right and has a tremendous amount of features.
And hey - the best part is you can use it all you want and throw a few bucks their way to show your support.
OK as long as it stays free...
It has taken me a while to begin using the program; - I’m just not very enthused about logging time in the evening after a busy day. I think this program is fine for freeware, but it does take time to wade through the myriad selections of flight activities each time. I am still new to it and hope I’ll find ways to repeat repetitive flight information. I have several logbooks to enter, and setting up electronic CSV format spreadsheets is nothing I’ve done before. It’s a lot of work to do all over again, so I have been procrastinating it. I think a wizard that walked you through that process alone would corner the market, and retaining individual flight data for multiple entries would help speed this drudgerous process up too.
- MyFlightbook LLC
- 40.3 MB
Requires iOS 12.0 and watchOS 3.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2013 MyFlightbook LLC
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.