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Just curious if there are any other programs out there that offer Electronic Flight Tickets. I know some companies have in house programs but I am looking for a 3rd party provider. I have played around with Cirro which overall is great but has some shortfalls for our operation.

Thanks in advance!

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We use Cirro, I find it less than stellar and still requires foreflight as the nav model lacks a lot... It is also clutzy to use, and require a separate nav log for accurate timekeeping.

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We use cirro

A bit learning curve, but it is an amazing set of software. It does everything, flight tickets, weight and balance, duty times, schedule, flight following.. very good. But you have to be willing to learn it.

I don't use it for nav. Cause that part is not that good.

Pm if you want details

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I have used Cirro. It is Not user friendly and has a few bugs the biggest one , closing my flightplan while I was still flying . Many times. 
will not use it again. 

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On ‎1‎/‎3‎/‎2020 at 5:53 AM, Saifan Pilot said:

You can create flight tickets as PDFs and then use Fluix (enterprise version of PDF Expert) to sync flight tickets to the various company departments:

 

https://fluix.io/

Fluix is way too overpriced a product for something that does only document routing. Companies will not pay those prices for just that.

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On 1/7/2020 at 11:43 AM, simpleton said:

Fluix is way too overpriced a product for something that does only document routing. Companies will not pay those prices for just that.

A large helicopter company I worked for used Fluix. Seemed to work very well. That’s how I know about it. All their forms were converted to automatic PDFs. 

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4 hours ago, Saifan Pilot said:

A large helicopter company I worked for used Fluix. Seemed to work very well. That’s how I know about it. All their forms were converted to automatic PDFs. 

Oh I'm sure it works well, but at $30-$50/month U.S. per user, depending on package level, it gets expensive fast for a service that only provides document routing and nothing else.

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