If you want to get started with LogTen, or are already using it but some of your data is in a different eLogbook, we will more than likely be able to get this data migrated to LogTen, saving you countless hours transferring your flights. This means that you will be able to make the most out of all the LogTen features (Smart Groups, Currencies, Limit Groups, hundreds of reports, MyWorldView, inSight feature, Coradine signatures, Audit tools, to name only a few), while keeping the information that has been previously logged elsewhere.
Below, you will find a list of other logbook providers. If you click/tap on the appropriate one, you will find information on how to get your information across (don't worry, we can help!).
If your provider is not listed below, or your data is in a different format (such as spreadsheet or CSV), please let us know by starting a new support discussion here, and we will be more than happy to help you as well!
You should be able to export your flight, aircraft and crew data from RB Logbook in a CSV (Comma Separated Values file) which can be imported into LogTen.
If you are using a Mac, you can import this data yourself using our Importing spreadsheet files article. If you are using iOS, or want us to do it for you, we can definitely do that!
To export the data from RB Logbook, you will have to export three files: one for Flights, one for Aircraft and another one for People. To do this, on the RB Logbook app, tap on the "More" tab at the bottom right, and tap on "Import & Export Data". In the new screen, you should see an "Export to CSV" option.
- If you only have Aircraft Type and Aircraft ID information associated with your Aircraft (ie: there are no notes, serial numbers, other information, etc), there is no need to export the "Aircraft" file, as the registrations and Aircraft Type will be exported in the "Flights". Any additional aircraft information will not be included, so the "Aircraft" file will have to be exported as well.
- Similarly, if you only have "Name" and "Surname" information for your Crews, there is no need to export the People file as this information is also exported in the "Flights" file. If you have any additional information such as Crew IDs, email addresses or telephone numbers, it will be neccesary to export the "People" file to ensure that all the information gets transferred to LogTen.
Choose a date range (or toggle "All Flights") and select, under "report type" which file you want to export, and tap on "Generate Export".
This will generate a file that you can email to yourself, save on your iPhone/iPad, or share with us to import it for you!
If you want us to perform the import, or if you have any other questions, please get in touch with us by creating a new support ticket here, we'll be more than happy to get the file converted and imported into LogTen!
To export your Crew Lounge logbook out for import into LogTen you will need to open your Crew Lounge logbook and tap on the Query button you'll see in the image below.
This will take you to the next screen with a date range to export and an **Export Data** button with 2 options: Excel and CSV. For this export please choose the entire date range that you want to be imported into LogTen and then choose CSV.
From here Crew Lounge will automatically save your file as a CSV file, and let you know where it was saved on your computer.
We are able to convert most users of mccPILOTLOG software. You may try the steps below or send us your MCC Pilot Log backup and we'll take care of the conversion for you. Conversions are offered as a complimentary service.
- Open your logbook in mccPilotLog software
- Go to the Query page (F3)
- Press the search key (F10) to show all records
- Press the EXPORT button for a XLS (Excel) or CSV (Comma Separated Values) file to be saved to the desktop. If you will be importing the data yourself into LogTen please choose the CSV option.
Check out this Knowledge Base article: Importing your Data to LogTen
Please send us your exported logbook (.csv file) by starting a new support discussion here. Our fantastic support staff will be more than happy to get the file converted and imported into LogTen for you.
If you have flight entries or other data in the new LogTen that you would like to merge with the mccPILOTLOG file, please send us your current logbook file first. Instead of importing your data to a new file, we will add it to your existing logbook, and send back the complete data set.
- On the iPhone or iPad, go to the More tab, select Help, and tap Contact Support.
- On the Mac, go to the Help menu, and select Contact Support.
Enter your email address (it may automatically populate from your account), and select the send logbook for testing option. Please also include a short note about the data import in the message box, so our staff will know what the request is referring to. Hit Send and it will send a message to our support center with a copy of your logbook file attached.
After sending the file, please refrain from making further changes or additions, since the complete logbook we send back will need to replace the logbook file in the app. Finally, let me know you have sent your logbook in a reply here so that I'll receive the message directly. I'll retrieve your file, import your data, and send back your complete logbook soon.
Don't worry, if you get stuck, we're happy to help! We understand that the process of migrating your data from one format to another can be a challenge, and we want to be sure you get everything working perfectly in LogTen.
Logbook Pro will allow you to export your data as a .BAK or .LBK file and we've had excellent results with the .BAK exports.
See page 128 of this document for instructions: http://download.nc-software.com/docs/LogbookPro-Desktop.pdf
- Please make sure that the file is Unencrypted so that we can access the data and convert it for you!
Please send the file to us and we'll be happy to convert and import your complete data!
You can export your logbook as a CSV file through ForeFlight on the web. You will need to log in with your ForeFlight credentials and go to the Logbook page and select "Export."
Image 1. Export via ForeFlight on the web by logging in and going to the Export page and select "Export."
You can then use our Import from File feature to convert it into LogTen. Or send us the file and we can help!
To find your FlightLevel files, look in the following location:
Note: The "XXXX" above is the version of Flight Level (probably 2003).
Compress the file up and send us the entire resulting "Flights" folder. This folder should contain files in a .dbf format).
The desktop version of ZuluLog will allow you to export your digital logbook as a .CSV file that we can then help import into LogTen.
1. With your ZuluLog logbook open on your computer, click on the green icon at the top right of your Zulu logbook screen.
Next, a new window will appear asking you if you would like to export your logbook out as a CSV file. Click on the green button that says "Create CSV".
Note: If you use Safari please follow the instructions as per the window above.
Then, simply contact us and we will be happy to help you format and get your CSV spreadsheet logbook imported into LogTen!
SkyLog Pro version 5.x
For SkyLog Pro 5 send us your BACKUP folder, which should have a file inside labeled LOGBOOK.DBF.
For SkyLog Pro 6, records need to be exported from the app. Export your flight entries by going to File >> "Export Flight Records" (see screenshot). Next, if you have simulator entries, export them by going to File >> "Export Sim Records". Then send us both of those files.
Note: The Standard Skylog version is missing a menu item to export the simulator records, but you can download the "Pro" version from their website and export the simulator records that way.