Logbook for Pilots

logitPPL is a pilot logbook for Android for logging pilot flying time. The EASA version is for European pilots and is Jar 1.080 compliant. These aviation apps will log, chart, backup, filter and summarise your flight time data. The apps will also get metar & taf information and give date warnings. The EASA version provides extra functionality. See screen shot pages.

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

fix for accented characters

I've applied a fix for accented characters (French,Spanish, etc). This should be rolling out in the next version.

Friday, 1 June 2012

JAR EASA version of logitPPL launched.

A European version (Jar 1.080 compliant) of logitPPL has been launched. New features include:

  • ICAO lookup. 
  • Satellite view. 
  • UTC time display
  • Excel reporting using backup file on your pc.  Get the free reporting tool in the download page.

Views optimised for tablets.

The app is only €0.99 for the Pro version. But there is a Lite version to try before you buy.

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Monday, 16 April 2012


I've had a number of requests to make a JAR-EASA (JAR 1.080) version and an FAA version. Let me know which one you want and I will look into making that version next.

Saturday, 11 February 2012

logitPPL Lite - flight tracker - display flight track using Google Earth

I have added flight tracking to the app. The app records gps coordinates and saves them to a file. The file (which is a kml file) is used off the android device on a PC. Google Earth recognises the kml file and displays the flight track. See example page.

Saturday, 21 January 2012

Android 4 rollout

My xoom updated to Android 4 this week and my logitPPL lite version works well. Hopefully the other tablets and handhelds will get the new version soon. This is good from a developer point of view because I have one less version of the app to maintain. On the down side, I do not have a tablet with honeycomb to test. 

I’m working on flight tracking functionality, initial testing looks ok. It allows you to track a flight, save a file to a pc and show your flight track on Google Earth.

I’ve had some feed back regarding my translation into other languages. The translation is not as good as it should be, let me know how the French and German translation is and I will correct.