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List Screen

The List screen provides you with a complete list of flights in the system, and allows you to arrange your workflow by adding, expanding,  filtering, searching, deleting and quickly opening flights from the list. For more information on these functions, refer to List Screen Buttons and Fields. By clicking on the corresponding column header, you can sort flights by STD, Flight, Origin, Dest, ETD, ETA, Aircraft, ATC ALC, and CTOT. Clicking on the same column header multiple times toggles between ascending and descending order. A black triangle to the right of the header title shows the direction that the list has been sorted in.

The flight list contains a scrollable list of flights in the system that meet the filtering criteria. By default, these are all flights in the system from six hours before the current time to 12 hours from the current. The flight list also allows flights to be assigned to groups. Users can then filter the light list based on these flight groups. Users can also be assigned to groups to determine which flight groups they are interesting in viewing.

A green-highlighted flight in the flight list indicates that the highlighted flight is currently selected and has been loaded to the Plan screen.

A yellow-highlighted flight in the flight list indicates that the highlighted flight matches the search criteria.

Test flights are marked by a Test Flight icon  to the left of the Flight column.

The read-only fields displayed in the flight list are described in the table below.

The Pending Input  icon is displayed when changes are made to a computed flight on the plan screen. The icon is only displayed on a computed flight if a message is received from an integrated system.

Flight Selection Column

Each flight has a checkbox associated with it to allow the selection of flights. The context button at the top of the column  opens a menu listing three options: Select All, Unselect All, and Select Un-Assigned.

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Clicking on Select All will select all the flights in the list (filtered-out flights will not be selected). By contrast, clicking on Unselect All will unselect all the flights in the list. Clicking on Select Un-Assigned will select all the flights in the list that are not assigned to a group (filtered-out flights will not be selected).

The current flight selection will be cleared if the Refresh button is clicked.

Group Column

The Group column allows users to easily identify whether a flight is assigned to them.

This icon indicates that the flight is assigned to a group the user is a member of.

This icon indicates that the flight is assigned to other groups.

Flights not assigned to any groups will have a blank value for this column.

Hovering over a group icon will display a tool tip identifying which groups, in alphabetical order, the flight is assigned to.

ALC

This field displays the airline code.

STD

This field displays the scheduled time of departure in the DDHHMM format.

CTOT

This field displays the Calculated Take Off Time. This field is not automatically active. Please contact NAVBLUE Support for assistance in setting up this field. 

Flight #

This field displays the flight number.

Origin

This field displays the ICAO code of the origin airport.

Dest

This field displays the ICAO code of the destination airport.

ETD

This field displays the estimated time of departure.

ETA

This field displays the estimated time of arrival.

Aircraft

This field displays the FIN of the aircraft.

ATC ALC

This field displays the ATC ALC. Refer to Flight Info Group for more information.

Status

This field displays the status of the flight. A flight may have more than one status applied. The following list is of all the available status types:

Cancelled

Computed

Pending Input

Diverted

Out

Off

On

In

Sent ATC

ATC transmission pending

Sent and Acknowledged ATC

Sent and Rejected ATC

Sent Pkg

Pkg transmission pending

The flight has at least one unread alert.

All the alerts for the flight have been read.

There are missing permits for the flight.

There is an automation exception for the flight.

The flight is currently automated.

Flight Amendment

Sent ACARS

ACARS transmission pending

Flight has reclear

 A High Min Captain has been assigned to a computed flight

Tankering Advised - tankerage is advised when the calculated fuel savings meets the given threshold - see Advise Tankering

Tankering Required - tankerage is required when Available is set to <N> on FOMS 130

RAIM check failed

RAIM check passed

Indicates that the aircraft assigned to the flight has a MEL/CDL assigned to it with a penalty/effect type applied

Indicates that the aircraft assigned to the flight has a MEL/CDL assigned to it without a penalty/effect type applied

Indicates that the Take Off and Landing Report has been sent.

Indicates that the Take Off and Landing Report has been received.

Indicates that the flight is linked with one or more flights allowing helpful display options.

 

Note: Clicking on the Automation icon or the Automation exception icon will update the Info Panel to display the Automation Event log.

 

The flight list does not support any time-based automatic updating. New flights added are automatically added and highlighted on the list. You can also update the list in the following situations.

The user logs in. The flight list will be populated based on the default values from the filter.

The Refresh button is pressed. Refer to Refresh Button below.

A flight is selected. Selecting a flight on the flight list will only update the data for the selected row of the flight list.

The filter dialog is applied. Pressing the OK button on the filter dialog will refresh the flight list with the new filter parameters and reapply the previous search if there was one. Pressing the Cancel button on the filter dialog will not refresh the flight list. Refer to Search/Filter Group for more information on filtering and the filter dialog.

A Zulu timestamp in the form YYYY-MM-DD is visible below the flight list to indicate the last time that the full contents of the flight list were updated. This time will not be updated when a single flight is updated.

Selecting a Flight from the Flight List

To select a flight from the flight list, simply click on it.

Selecting a flight from the flight list will load the flight on the Plan screen, however the List screen will continue to be displayed until you select another screen from the navigation bar.

The selected flight will be highlighted in green on the flight list, the Map will update to show the primary route, and the Information will update to display route information for the selected flight.

If a flight was selected and had pending changes, the changes are not displayed until the Refresh button on the plan screen is clicked. Alternatively, the dispatcher can select a different flight in the plan screen and then re-select their original one. This has the same effect of reloading the flight.

 

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