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Import Wizard

CrewLounge PILOTLOG imports data from 50 other electronic logbooks, listed below in alphabetical order.  You can also import from your own self-made Excel / Calc sheet.

To transfer your data, follow these 3 steps :

  1. Export the data from your previous logbook
  2. Convert the data in a compatible format
  3. Import the converted file into CrewLounge PILOTLOG

The guidelines listed below help you with Step 1.  You may find additional guidelines in the User Guide of your previous logbook.

For Step 2, you can either do the conversion yourself (here is How to).  Or, you can Submit your file through the website and our SUPPORT team will do the conversion for you.  This is a free service.

Instructions for Step 3 can be found in the User Guide.  Or, contact CrewLounge SUPPORT for assistance.

2ndSegment Climb!
V34
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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AeroLOG – FlightAce
V45
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit the file for conversion
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AeroTrax
V38
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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AirLog – LLTSoftware
V25
Print the actual logbook from the Airlog program to obtain an ActiveReports Document PDF
Submit that PDF file for conversion
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AirLog Plus – StanWare
V12
Locate the database log70dt.mdb on the desktop
Submit that MDB file for conversion
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Aloft – Skymark
V05
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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Andersson Design
V18
ZIP the Logbook.DBF and Logbook.DBT files.
Submit that ZIP file for conversion
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Aviation Direct – EasyLogbook
V36
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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Aviation Pilot Logbook – Steve Dexters
V40
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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BidWiz – Steve Buzdygan
V24
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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Captain’s Keeper – Nimblefeet
V20
Nimblefeet is using an Advantage ADT database. Zip the following 4 files :

– aircraft.adt
– approach.adt
– crew.adt
– flight.adt

Most of the time these files are located here C:\Program Files\CKW4 (Windows XP) or C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\CKW4 (Windows Vista-7).

Submit that ZIP file for conversion
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CaptainsLog 2000 – Juland
V17
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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Chock 2 Chock
V43
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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Cirrus
V32
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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Commander’s Organizer
V48
Send the application Access database. The file has extension .MDB
Do not send the Backup file. Do not send the exported Excel files.
ZIP the original database.
Submit the ZIP file for conversion
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Crewlog – Mikelsoft
V08
Send the entire Microsoft Access database file (named Mikelsoft_Crewlog_….mdb) for conversion.

Mikelsoft does not differentiate between Instructor and Examiner. When you are ‘CHCKER’ on the flight or in the simulator, these hours are imported as Instructor time.

Submit that file for conversion
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eFlugbuch – Ströters Entreprise
V49
Send the application database, named ”eflugcomm.s3db”. You probably find the database in this location : C:\SE\eflug2\Data
Do not send the SE Backup file. Do not send the exported Excel files. ZIP the original database.
Submit the ZIP file for conversion
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eLog – cppcentral.de
V09
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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eLogbook – Aviatorsoft
V10
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file, or send the entire database.

Aviatorsoft does not log or export Takeoff (Day/Night). After importing records from Aviatorsoft, use the multiselect function from CrewLounge PILOTLOG to generate Takeoff and Landing.

Submit that file for conversion
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eLogbook 61
V33
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file.
Submit that file for conversion.
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Flight Log HD – Finkelsoft
V39
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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Flightlevel 2000 / 2003 / 8.5
V29
Send the DBF Database. The file is named something like yourname.dbf (e.g. branson.dbf).  ZIP all files !

We also need a screenshot of the flight list, as shown here !

Submit that file for conversion
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FlightLog – Stratosoft
V03
Export flight records to a TXT file. We only need the FLIGHTLOG.TXT file and optionally also the Simulator records TXT file.

Airfields in the Stratosoft file are printed by their long name, instead of the unique ICAO or IATA identifier. Since there are 4 ”Sydney” airfields and 6 ”Denver” airfields worldwide, the name of the airport cannot be used as reference… You will have to replace all airfield names by the official ICAO or IATA code.Since we do not know on what Denver or Sydney airfield you have landed, we cannot do that step for you… The CrewLounge PILOTLOG Import Wizard comes with a semi-automatic ‘Airfield Look-up’ function that will assist you with this process.Flight hours in the Stratosoft export file are saved in the wrong time format. A flight departing at 13:45 is saved as 1:45 without mentioning PM. A total flight duration of 50 minutes is logged is 12:50 instead of 0:50. If you look at the TXT file, you will see it is contaminated with many 12:00 time fields… The CrewLounge PILOTLOG import wizard comes with extended clean-up logic to deal with this contamination. The results are satisfying but may fail in some cases (e.g. an afternoon flight is imported as a morning flight or a 12:30 hours long distance flight is reduced to a 30 minute flight…).

Submit that file for conversion.
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FlightLogg.in’
V26
From the webportal, export your data to a TSV file (Tab Separated Version).

CrewLounge PILOTLOG does not cater for ROUTE entry. Read Note (*1) below !

#Plane information at the bottom of the TSV (or new CSV) file is not imported. You need to go through the Aircraft list on de Tables – Aircraft page and adjust all properties.

Submit that file for conversion.
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FliteLog MentorPlus – Jeppesen
V19
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file.
Additionally, we also need a PDF print made from the program, where it shows the headers of each column.ZIP the files
Submit that file for conversion
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Fliteware
V22
Do not use the TXT export file from fliteware, since this is a fixed column file, instead of a comma delimited file structure.
Export flight records to an Excel XLS file.
Submit the file for conversion
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FltCrew iLog – FlightCrew Resources
V23
From the FlightCrew iLog iPhone app, export your data into a CSV file.

Approach Type is not imported because the data is spread over too many columns.

Submit that file for conversion.
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FlyLogio – Breele.com
V46
Export flight records to a Text file, by preference {tab} delimited. File extension must be CSV or TXT.
Submit the text file for conversion
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ForPilots.com – Scot Baker
V41
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file.
Submit that file for conversion.
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FourthStripe
V15
From the Main Menu – Backup page, copy all records and paste the records in an empty text file. Make sure to include the delimited header. Save the file as ”Backup.txt”.From the Printouts – TXT Simple Text Part I page, copy all records and paste the records in an empty text file. This time, only the text records, not the HTML header. Save the file as ”Simpletext.txt”.
ZIP both files and
Submit that file for conversion
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Generic CSV file
V01
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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IntelliPilot
V16
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file

The wizard imports approach data from the “other approach” column only. CrewLounge PILOTLOG does not import the many other approach fields, because the data is spread over too many columns.

Submit that file for conversion
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JAA/EASA-Logbook.eu
V21
From the Menu, export the application database as MDB file.
Submit the MDB file for conversion
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JettSoft – MyOnlineLogbook
V37
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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Log Ten Pro – Coradine
V13
Export your flight details from the desktop or iOS device, as follows :

– Menu (or Reports) > File > Export > Exporters
– Export Flights (tab)
– Generate Report ( “Save As… ” )

We need only the FLIGHTS file.

Or, you can submit the entire database, typically named ‘LogTenCoreDataStore.sql’ or similar. That will work too. File extension is then SQL or SQLITE.

Submit the text file for conversion. File extension must be TXT.
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Logbook Pro – NC Software
V04
Export the records from Logbook Pro into an Excel file. Do NOT send the Logbook Summary, typically showing (1), (2), in the header bar. Instead, we need the EXPORT file.
File extension must be XLS or XLSX.CrewLounge PILOTLOG does not cater for ROUTE entry. Read Note (*1) below !
Submit the XLS(X) file for conversion
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myControl .aero
V30
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file.

The CSV file does not provide Aircraft Model information, so the import wizard will default all aircraft as Model X. You will have to edit all aircraft after import. Use the Multiselect function on the Tables page to mass edit all aircraft with a single click.

Submit that file for conversion.
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MyFlightBook
V42
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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Naval Aviator
V28
We need the LOGBOOK database file.
Submit the MDB file for conversion
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OffBlock.de
V31
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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Pilotlog.co.uk
V07
From the website pilotlog.co.uk download a back-up file. Rename the file from pilotlog.dat into pilotlog.zip. Unzip the file.

Inside the ZIP file, you find different files : Flights, Simulator, Previous Experience, Duties
Previous Experience and Duties cannot be imported into CrewLounge PILOTLOG because essential information is missing in those files. You can enter total hours for simulator and aircraft through the Tools – Previous Experience page in CrewLounge PILOTLOG.

Submit the Flights file for conversion. File extension must be CSV

The Simulator file shall be uploaded later. Do not upload both files together ! Instead, submit one file at a time and wait with the second request until you have received the first converted file from us !

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Pilots Pal
V11
We need the entire Database file.   File extension must be MDB, X-MSACCESS, SQL, SQLITE or SQLITE 2.
Submit the file for conversion
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Rosterlog
V14
Rosterlog is storing each flight day in a separate file.

ZIP all RLD files into a single archive file.

Submit that ZIP file for conversion
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Safelog – Dauntless Software
V02
Export flight records from Safelog into a Text file, by preference {tab} delimited.  File extension must be CSV or TXT.
Submit that file for conversion
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SkyLinked
V35
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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Skylog Pro
V06
From the Skylog File dropdown menu, select “Export Flight Records” to export your flights to an Excel file.

Skylog generates separate files for Flights and for Simulator. Do not upload both files together ! Instead, submit one file at a time and wait with the second request until you have received the first converted file from us !

File extension must be XLS or XLSX.

Submit the XLS(X) file for conversion
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Visual FLT Scheme – Bonds
V47
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file
Submit that file for conversion
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Xineo
V44
From Xineo, export your data as HTML file.

We noticed some bugs in the HTML file, such wrong dates (1 month offset) and no airfields listed.

Submit the file for conversion
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Zululog.com
V27
Export flight records to a ( by preference TAB delimited ) CSV or TXT file.Make sure all desired columns are included in the CSV file, such as Block Hours. You can change the columns in Zululog under Pilot Logbook -> Flight Preferences -> Flight Viewer Preferences.

CrewLounge PILOTLOG does not cater for ROUTE entry. Read Note (*1) below !

Submit that file for conversion
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(*1) ROUTE logging :

Some electronic logbooks, like Logbook Pro, Zululog and FlightLoggin, allow you to log multiple flight legs (Route) in a single record.

While this method is time saving, it substantially increases the risk of making entry errors. Furthermore, a lot of knowhow remains stuck in your database and cannot be deployed to reports and statistics…

Logging each flight as a separate record from A to B, allows CrewLounge PILOTLOG to validating your entries. The software will detect and report invalid entries, such as 4.0 hours for a flight from JFK to MIA (“the average flight time on this route is 3.0 hours”) or 2.0 hours (“your average ground speed is too high”)… The airfield name turns red when you enter a code of an airfield where you have never been before, e.g. you accidentally enter LAZ (an airfield in Brasil) instead of LAX…
Logging by ROUTE doesn’t reveal these kinds of errors and it does not allow for statistics on average flight time between two airfields, average fuel consumption or passenger load.

Logging each flight leg as a separate record may seem cumbersome. CrewLounge PILOTLOG offers many built-in features to facilitate your entries, such as automatic flight number recognition, automatic return / triangular flight suggestion and automatic flight roster import from nearly 250 airlines worldwide…

In order to import records from our your previous logbook into CrewLounge PILOTLOG, flights are logged from first to last airfield, as follows :

e.g. IND-ORD-HPN-ORD-TOL is logged from IND to TOL. The ROUTE segment is then dropped in the FLIGHTLOG field.

Keep in mind that this method reduces the software reporting capabilities. In the example above, maps display a straight line from IND to TOL, while you may never have done such flight. Another flight like BOM-CMB-MLE-BOM will show as a local flight from BOM to BOM.