Overview Getting Started


Welcome to PLANELOGIX and thank you for using our platform! Our system is designed to be completely DIY (Do-It-Yourself), concierge (we do everything for you), or a mix of both.

Using These Docs

These docs are meant to help guide you through our platform. On the left hand side, you can see the sidebar which has a table of contents. On the right hand side, you can see sections you can jump to within the area you selected from the table of contents.

Keyboard Shortcuts

Key Action
/ Toggle SideBar
s Toggle Search Box
t Scroll to Top
b Scroll to Bottom


When logged in, at the top of every page (including this one), you will see Feedback about this page? which you can use to instantly submit any feedback you may have. We will know what page you're on and who you are, so feel free to make it quick and to the point! If you need to send us screenshots or other attachments, for now, please use our email address scans@planelogix.com. Similarly, we can place who you are based on your email so you can save yourself the need to introduce yourself - we already know each other 😉.

With that said, please provide us feedback! We listen to and consider everything our customers tell us - it's how we got to where we are today! 🍻

Before You Begin Using the Platform

{warning} The system requires that you enter at least an airframe logbook. When you login, you will be prompted to do so if you have not already. Without this logbook, the system cannot know what kind of aircraft you are and you are very limited in what you can do.

Using the Platform

The platform is broken down into three views; the left-hand menu, the top aircraft selector, and the main screen:

Use the left-hand-menu to navigate to different sections within the system:

{info.fa-bars} The top right three horizontal bars allow you to hide or show the left hand menu. This can be useful to have a larger viewing/working area for the main screen!

Use the top aircraft selector to pick which aircraft you want to work on from within the system.

{info.fa-plane} The airplane icon will bring you straight to the Your Aircraft screen where you can edit and add aircraft.

Finally, the main screen is where the business happens in the system. Use this section to do most of the work in the app.

Recommended Browser

We do our best to make our web app compatible with as many browsers as possible. Still, it's unrealistic for even publicly traded multi-billion dollar companies to have complete coverage. Take LinkedIn, for instance, who is owned by Microsoft and announced they are no longer supporting Microsoft's own Internet Explorer.

We develop and test 100% of our features in Google Chrome, using the latest version. We also test (though a little less rigorously) in Safari, FireFox, Opera, and more. The only browsers we specifically do not support are Internet Explorer and Edge.

If you're still reading this, you might find it interesting why we don't support Internet Explorer. It's because that browser is so old, it doesn't know the concept of a promise. We won't go into explaining what a promise is here since it's out of scope for the purpose of these docs, but those who are code geeks like us should understand the significance of that. For those who aren't, it's like expecting our web app to work on Netscape.

Made with in Carrboro, NC PLANELOGIX Version 2.9.1012