ALC: This field represents the carrier’s three-letter airline code. Generally only one airline code is maintained on each system, however there is support for multiple airline codes should the user have the requirement to manage more than one airline code.
Phone: Enter the phone number of the company here. Generally, this is the direct phone line to dispatch and is used by NAVBLUE should it be necessary to contact the carrier about a system problem.
Fax: Enter the FAX phone number of the company here. Generally, this is the FAX located in dispatch and is used by NAVBLUE should it be necessary to contact the carrier via fax about a system problem.
Reply email override: When flight packages are sent via email, the email alias entered in this field is used in the From field on the email.
Note: The hazard settings you enter here are applied to all aircraft unless these fields are set in the Aircraft Database (FOMS 220) menu for a particular aircraft. Values set in the Aircraft Database (FOMS 220) override the values set here.
Company: Enter the company name in this field. This information is not used by the system in any way so it is OK to abbreviate if necessary.
Contact: Enter the name of the individual within the company that is to be considered the NAVBLUE System Administrator. Typically, this will be the Manager of Dispatch or other person that NAVBLUE may contact regarding the system should it be necessary.
Address: Enter the mailing address of the company. NAVBLUE uses this information to send correspondences that are not appropriate to be sent via electronic form.
Domestic Country Code: Enter the two letter country code for which the airline is registered. This is how NFP determines whether a flight is domestic or international.
This entry is also used by NFP to determine the following:
Domestic or International reserve policy
Domestic or Bonded fuel prices
Domestic or International HOLD
Domestic or International flight plan format
The CC entered in FOMS 220 will override the one entered in FOMS 170.
Currency Unit: Enter the customer default currency unit. This impacts the second column for overflight costs. First column displays the FIR’s currency while the second column displays the converted value based on this input.
The OFC cost shown in the route screen is also based on this entry.
Weight Units (LBS or KGS): Options are L (LBS) or K (KGS). If set to L, passenger weights and fuel defaults are entered in LBS. If set to K, passenger weights and fuel defaults are entered in KGS. Weights entered here are the default weights displayed in NFP’s plan screen.
Temperature Unit: Options are F (Farenheit), or C (Celsius). This currently only impacts the fuel/payload analysis. If C is entered, temperatures in the fuel/payload utility (FOMS 133) default to degrees Celsius.