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Viewing Station Operations


Viewing Station Operations 

How to view the arrival and departure flights for a given station (airport). 

We estimate that this will take 2 minute to complete.

Detailed Explanation 

Interaction 1 Click the N-OC Menu button.

The Stations Operations window is particularly useful for out-stations, handling agents and any other agencies interested in the flight status, including Management or crew.

 Using Stations Operations, you can send standard IATA (MVT) and load messages (LDM), and view the flight status of the airline schedule. 

Click the black dot to switch between displaying Human Resource options to display Schedule options. 

Interaction 2 Click Next Page.

Interaction 3 Click the Station Operations button.

Interaction 1 Click the NB6071 list item.

You can see here the flight details. This example is quite straightforward. If there are lots of departure airports that you operate from, the list can be long.

 We recommend that you use the search features in this scenario.

Interaction 1 Click the Station dropdown button.

Interaction 1 Enter PHX into the Station field.

Start typing and the items that display advance, depending on the letters you type. The list jumps right to the selection you want. 

Interaction 1 Click the PHX - PHOENIX SKY HARBOR INTERNATIONAL APT list item.

Interaction 1 Click the Search button.

Interaction 1 Click the NB5896 list item.

Because PHX is part of your search criteria, all the retrieved flights are departures from that airport. 

Interaction 1 Click the Swap Dep/Arr check box.

This header  shows that you are viewing only departures at the moment.

Interaction 2 Click the Search button.

The header  shows that all flights are arrivals.

Interaction 1 Click the NB5782 list item.

Expanding the flight details confirms that the flights listed are for arrival into PHX. 


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