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Flight Management User Guide

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1 Contents
1.

Login to Flight Management ........................................................................................................... 4


1.1

Normal window....................................................................................................................... 4

1.2

Advance window ..................................................................................................................... 5

1.3

Temporary Lock off ................................................................................................................. 5

1.4

Maximum password attempts ................................................................................................ 5

1.5

Password ................................................................................................................................. 5

1.5.1

Changing Password ......................................................................................................... 5

1.6

The Welcome Window ............................................................................................................ 6

1.7

Expiry Field and Validity Messages ......................................................................................... 7

1.8

Recency Field and Recency Message ...................................................................................... 7

1.9

The Shift Summary Window ................................................................................................... 7

1.9.1

Shift summary view ......................................................................................................... 7

1.9.2

Display my flight filter control......................................................................................... 8

1.9.3

Customised search .......................................................................................................... 9

The Allocate Resources ................................................................................................................. 12

Flight Set Up .................................................................................................................................. 14


3.1

Flight Information ................................................................................................................. 14

3.2

Input aircraft location data and Gate number. ..................................................................... 15

3.3

Check Aircraft registration .................................................................................................... 15

3.4

The Crew Window ................................................................................................................. 17

3.5

Name of Captain ................................................................................................................... 17

3.6

The Service Weight Adjustments Window ........................................................................... 18

3.6.1

Manually Creating a Service Weight Adjustment ......................................................... 18

3.6.2

Potable Water ............................................................................................................... 18

3.7
4

Messenger..................................................................................................................................... 19
4.1

Compute capacity-240 STD ................................................................................................... 19

Flight Management Message Panel ...................................................................................... 20

Deadload ....................................................................................................................................... 20
5.1

Crew Baggage........................................................................................................................ 20

5.2

Add Deadload Creating a New ULD/Bulk/Barrow................................................................. 21

5.3

Creating a New Deadload Item Within a ULD/Barrow ......................................................... 21

5.4

Offloading Deadload ............................................................................................................. 21

5.5

Deleting Deadload Deleting a ULD/Bulk/Barrow .................................................................. 21

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5.6

Deleting a Commodity .......................................................................................................... 22

5.7

The Dangerous Goods/Special Loads .................................................................................... 22

5.8

Updating and Adding DG/SL ................................................................................................. 23

5.9

Move Load Panel................................................................................................................... 23

The Zero Fuel Weight Window ..................................................................................................... 23

Load Distribution........................................................................................................................... 24
7.1

Distributing the Load............................................................................................................. 24

7.1.1

Autoload-105 STD ......................................................................................................... 25

7.1.2

Manual Load Location ................................................................................................... 25

7.2

Approve Distribution............................................................................................................. 26

7.3

Modify Load Panel ................................................................................................................ 26

7.4

Offloading from the Modify Load Panel ............................................................................... 27

No Fit Positions and No-fit Check Box........................................................................................... 27

Send LIR Activity at -90 STD .......................................................................................................... 28

10

Check for Fuel figures Activity at -75 STD ................................................................................. 29

11

Send Notoc -60 STD .................................................................................................................. 30

12

Acceptance finalized ................................................................................................................. 31

13

Ramp Clearance ........................................................................................................................ 31

14

Baggage Variation ..................................................................................................................... 32

15

Send Final Loadsheet Dependencies ........................................................................................ 35

16

Send Final Load sheet Activity -30 STD ..................................................................................... 35

17

Documents ................................................................................................................................ 36

18

Load Control Supervisor ............................................................................................................ 37

18.1

Supervisor shift summary ..................................................................................................... 37

18.1.1

Flights For My Domain: ................................................................................................. 37

18.1.2

Unallocated Flights For My Domain ............................................................................. 38

18.2

Acars...................................................................................................................................... 38

18.3

ACARS Status Text Box .......................................................................................................... 39

18.4

Publish Message.................................................................................................................... 39

18.4.1

Targeting the Message .................................................................................................. 39

18.4.2

Message Priorities ......................................................................................................... 40

18.5

Certification and Validity Reporting...................................................................................... 40

18.5.1

Selecting the Report Type ............................................................................................. 40

18.5.2

The Time Period or Date ............................................................................................... 41

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18.5.3

The Report Window ...................................................................................................... 41

18.5.4

Valid from and to .......................................................................................................... 43

18.5.5

Expiry on validity report ................................................................................................ 44

18.5.6

Validity/recency report based on Load controller name .............................................. 44

18.6

Allocating Resources ............................................................................................................. 46

18.6.1

The Allocate Resources Window Buttons ..................................................................... 46

18.6.2

The Select Load Controller for Flight Allocation Window ............................................. 46

18.7
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License Enforcement............................................................................................................. 47
Domain allocation ..................................................................................................................... 47

19.1

The Source Domain ............................................................................................................... 48

19.2

The Departure Date .............................................................................................................. 49

19.3

The Time Range..................................................................................................................... 49

19.4

Search Type ........................................................................................................................... 50

19.5

Allocating Flights to a Domain .............................................................................................. 50

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1. Login to Flight Management

There are two versions of the Login window:


1. Normal window
2. Advanced login window

1.1 Normal window

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1.2 Advance window

Input your user ID and password and click Sign in.

1.3 Temporary Lock off


The system will temporary lock if 30 minutes without activities and if you want to continue the task ,fill
password and press sign in, the screen will be show up the latest activity screen.

1.4 Maximum password attempts


Maximum password attempts 06 times and will be locking your user ID. Contact help desk to reset
your password.

1.5 Password
Your user ID is initially associated to a default password that you must fill the first time you login.
Password fields are case-sensitive, and can include a combination of letters or numbers. You must
use a minimum of 7 characters, and a maximum of 40. Your last 12 passwords are stored in the
system and cannot be reused. You can use 01 of 12 passwords that already store in the system.
Maximums password duration 90 days.
The system prompts you to enter a new password when your old one expires.
If the user ID never sign in during 60 days the user ID will be delete automatically.

1.5.1

Changing Password

Your user ID is initially associated to a default password that you must change the first time you login.
The system prompts you to enter a new password when your old one expires. Your administrator sets
the validity period of your password.
To change your password:
1. Enter your old password in the Password field in the normal Login window.
2. Enter your new password in the New Password field in the advanced Login window
3. Re-enter your new password in the Confirmation field in the advanced Login
4. Click on the OK button.

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Note: Password fields are case-sensitive, and can include a combination of letters or numbers. You
must use a minimum of 6 characters, and a maximum of 40. Your last 12 passwords are stored in the
system and cannot be reused.

1.6 The Welcome Window


The Welcome window opens when you successfully log into the Load Controlapplication area fromthe
drop-down application menu.
The window may also open automatically based on your roles and permissions.Fill up your telphone
number And then click OK.

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1.7 Expiry Field and Validity Messages


The expiry field displays the date that your certification expires. The validity message field displays
any associated messages or warnings. The background color of the validity message depends on the
severity of the warning as follows:

1.8 Recency Field and Recency Message


The Recency field displays the date that your Recency expires. The Recency message field displays
any associated messages or warning. The background color of the Recency message field depends
on the severity of the warning, as follows:

1.9 The Shift Summary Window


The Shift Summary window opens when you click on the OK button in the Load Controller Welcome
window. It displays a list of panels that represent flight legs,and you can filter or search for flight legs
that fit specific criteria.

1.9.1 Shift summary view


Shift summary divided to be 02 Display , we can click the pannel at corner left in below
Status View

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Scheduler view

At the right side ,Display status and warnings the flight. View of 04 status there are :
1.
2.
3.
4.

General status
Load control status
Acceptance status
Boarding status

When The activity comes at the time, event schedular will approach the vertical red line. When the
activity has passed so will be cross over the vertical red line.
1.9.2

Display my flight filter control

when there is a flight that has been assign to you,chose all my flights in display filter control. Highlight
the flight and click flight information.

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And also we can search our flight based on:

1.9.3

Customised search

We can find a flight that has been assigned to us or another flight by customised search window. The
menu gives you the option to search for and display flight legs that fit specific criteria.

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You can search based on :


1. Departure date ( you can use today,open or dedicated date)

2. Flight number ,Departure or arrival port only.


a. Flight number

b. Departure port

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c.

Arrival port

3. Allocation to:

4. Aircraft ( Registration, type)

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5. Departed flights.

2 The Allocate Resources


If no flight legs are allocated to you, the Shift Summary window does not display any flight legs. The
filter and search functions give you the option to display flight legs according to other specified
criteria.
click Allocate Resources and select for specific flight to be allocated, then click search.

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Highlight the flight will to allocate until there is a sign of the cross and then click allocate load
controller.

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3 Flight Set Up
After we already assign the flight, now we can start work to do load control activity by click all my
flightsor My flight for the next 12Hrs and Highlight the flight untill the flight was changed colour to
bold.and then click flight information table at the bottom.

3.1 Flight Information


The Flight Information window displays a summary of information about a flight leg, the aircraft
weights, fuel figures, and load figures. There are links to secondary windows where you can update
this information.

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3.2 Input aircraft location data and Gate number.


To input Aircraft location and gate number click on top of page application menu and drop down to
Departure control menu to acces Departure plan management windows.

Boarding Gate The gate through which the passengers are boarding For example: GTE for Gate.
The second field is the location ID. For example: 9. GTE 9 is displayed in the field.
Aircraft Location for parking stand.

3.3 Check Aircraft registration


Add the Registration from the Departure Plan Details Screen..
From Applications select Departure Control.

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Departure Plan Details Screen is displayed.

At bottom of this screen select Show Details

The result is the Departure Plan Details Screen.

Enter Aircraft Registration in the Aircraft Registration box then select OK.

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3.4 The Crew Window


The Crew panel is the main panel of the Crew window. It is where you can view and update the crew
numbers and distribution for the flight leg.
Example: Crew Window (Basic Weight Operating Type)
If you want to change the composition of crew, fill in the column crew distribution depend on each
crew assignment. (Tech Crew, Cabin Crew, Male or Female), Changes you make are saved to the
application when you click on the Apply button or the OK button.

3.5 Name of Captain


You can enter or modify the captains name by typing it into the Name of Captain text field.
The name of the Captain is shown on the Load sheet.

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3.6 The Service Weight Adjustments Window


The Service Weight Adjustment window is relevant for all carrier types.The Service Weight
Adjustments (SWAs) panel is the main panel of the Service Weight Adjustment window. It allows you
to view, create, and update Service Weight Adjustments for the flight leg.

3.6.1

Manually Creating a Service Weight Adjustment

If SWA that is not in the SWA list, you enter values in the SWA details fields in the SWAs Available for
Use panel.

The SWA details fields become active if you select the Manual Entry Check Box that is located at the
bottom of the SWAs Available for Use panel.
And then, create a manual SWA by completing the following fields:
Destination (mandatory)
Description (mandatory) a brief description of the SWA
Weight (mandatory) the weight of the SWA
Index or location and type of location (mandatory) - the index effect of the SWA or the cabin location
of the SWA.
after that click drop down arrow
and click OK.

3.6.2

to column service weight adjustment for this flight

Potable Water

To display the Potable Water Dialog panel click on the Potable Water button. This panel allows you to
view and update the amount of potable water loaded on the aircraft.

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Updating Potable Water


To update the weight of potable water:
1. Click on the Potable Water button The Potable Water Dialog panel is displayed.
2. Select the Manually Updated check box. The OK, Apply and Reset buttons are activated.
3. Update the total weight of Potable Water in the Weight field. If the tank distribution panel is
displayed update the individual tank weights. The system automatically calculates the total index
effect.
4. Click on OK or Apply to save the updated values. The SWA for Potable Water is displayed in the
Service Weight Adjustments for This Flight panel.
Note: If you click on the Reset button all unsaved changes are ignored And click OK.

3.7 Compute capacity-240 STD


Compute Capacity is timed to trigger at 4hours to STD.
Compute Capacity will calculate the planned baggage for the flight. In this example

4 Messenger
Messenger is the application that enables you to receive and process messages within the Flight
Management Application. Messages can be viewed in the Messenger Application. The Messenger
Application is launched automatically when a user logs into Flight Management.
The Messenger Window lists all messages, For example: status, warning, errors and informational
messages.
You can open the Messenger window by:
Clicking on the Messenger tab in the Flight Management Application window

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Clicking on the All Messages button in the Messages panel of any FlightManagement main window

4.1 Flight Management Message Panel

Very High Priority messages are displayed in red, High Priority messages are displayed in amber and
Medium Priority and Low Priority messages are displayed in black.
If you click on the Publish Message button the Messenger Publish window opens.

This window allows you to send messages to Load Controllers,Check in,Gate or Ramp Agents
handling a flight.

5 Deadload
The Deadload window displays an editable table of all deadload items for a flight leg.
Click Deadload for input cargo, post and special cargo.

5.1 Crew Baggage


Comodity type D crew baggage already exists on deadload screen (only for wide body), automatically
set up from data base and reflected as zero on the DOW screen. We can delete or add manually
Comodity type D crew Baggage .

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5.2 Add Deadload Creating a New ULD/Bulk/Barrow

You can create a new ULD, bulk or barrow item as follows:


1. Click on the Add ULD/Bulk/Barrow button.
2. A blank row appears in the Deadload table.
3. Complete the required fields in the new row.
And click apply.

5.3 Creating a New Deadload Item Within a ULD/Barrow


You can create a new commodity item within an existing ULD or barrow as
follows:
1. Select a row in the Deadload table associated with a ULD or a barrow.
2. Click on the Add to ULD/Barrow button. A blank row is inserted below the selected row.
3. Complete the required fields in the new row.

5.4 Offloading Deadload


You can offload a Deadload item by entering the word OFF in the associated location field of a
Deadload item. All offloaded items are displayed at the bottom of the Deadload table.

5.5 Deleting Deadload Deleting a ULD/Bulk/Barrow

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You can delete a ULD, barrow, or bulk item as follows:


1. Select a ULD, bulk item, or barrow in the Deadload table. The Delete ULD/Bulk/Barrow button
becomes active.
2. Click on the Delete ULD/Bulk/Barrow button. A confirmation dialog box prompts you to confirm your
action.
The Delete ULD/Bulk/Barrow button is active only when you select a ULD, bulk item, or barrow in the
Deadload table.

5.6 Deleting a Commodity

You can delete an individual commodity from within a ULD or Barrow that isdisplayed expanded in the
Deadload table. To do this you:
1. Select a commodity associated with a ULD or Barrow. The Delete Commodity button becomes
active
2. Click on the Delete Commodity button. A confirmation dialog box prompts you to confirm your
action.
The Delete commodity button is active only when you select a commodity associated with a ULD or
Barrow in the Deadload table And Then click apply.

5.7 The Dangerous Goods/Special Loads


The Dangerous Goods/Special Loads (DG/SL) panel is part of the Deadload Details window. It allows
you to view and update DG/SL details for the selecteddeadload item. DG/SL details appear in this
table only if the selected item contains DG/SL.
If there are special cargos, click Deadload details and click adds DGSL and then fill in the DG column.

The Dangerous Goods/Special Loads (DG/SL) Summary window enables you to view all DG/SL
details for the assigned flight leg. This window is display-only. You cannot update any of the
information.

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5.8 Updating and Adding DG/SL


To update an existing DG/SL, you can add or overwrite new information into a field in the DG/SL
table. When you click on the Apply button, the corresponding fields in the Deadload table are updated
to match the new DG/SL information.
To add a new DG/SL item you can enter the details into a blank row in the DG/SLtable created by
clicking on the Add DGSL button.

When you then click on the Apply button:


Incomplete mandatory fields are highlighted with a yellow background.
The DG/SL is associated to the Deadload item highlighted in the Deadload panel.
If the system detects a conflict between a subsidiary risk code and the DG/SL code, class/subclass
and other subsidiary risk codes for the same DG/SL item, a warning message will be displayed.

5.9 Move Load Panel


To move or modify load,you can overwrite new information into a field or use deadload details window
allows you to manipulate all or part of a deadload item that you select in the Deadload table on the
DG/SL table.

6 The Zero Fuel Weight Window


The Zero Fuel Weight (ZFW) window enables you to view and amend the forecast ZFW, and send the
Forecast ZFW to an external flight planning application.
Click flight information, click ZFW and send forecast ZFW.

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7 Load Distribution
The Load Distribution window displays a graphical representation of the aircraft hold layout. You can
use this window to view, create, modify and locate deadload. Deadload can be manually or
automatically located.

7.1 Distributing the Load


There are a several ways that you can locate items of Deadload onto the aircraft:
Autoload
Manual Load Location
A combination of Autoload and manual location. For example, you can:
- Manually locate certain Deadload items before instructing the application to automatically locate the
remaining Deadload items.

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- Manually amend a load distribution that is the result of the Autoload function.

7.1.1 Autoload-105 STD


The next Activity to trigger is Autoload at 105 minutes (1:15) STD.

This will locate the load according to the default Autoload Theme set by the Autoload Theme Name
Rule for the flight. In this example the Autoload theme is Single Leg BagsFwd

Autoload has successfully completed, the activity is Green.


7.1.2

Manual Load Location

You can manually move, locate, and unallocated Deadload items using the drag and drop function.

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After all cargo, bag and mail are distributed, click apply and approve distribution.

7.2 Approve Distribution

Prior to Approve Distribution the Load Control Status is LO, which will inhibit the next activity on the
Event Scheduler, Send LIR. From the Load Distribution Screen the load controller selects the Approve
Distribution button. Approve distribution does all the necessary legality and safety checks that
ensure the load is distributed in accordance with the airlines loading procedures.

Once the distribution has been approved the load controller is notified with a medium priority
message and the Load Control Status changes to LC.
If a compartment is overloaded, the associated cell in the display becomes red we must move or
modify the weight.

7.3 Modify Load Panel


If you want to Modify or move the weight right-click on a located Deadload item in the Load
Distribution hold display, a pop-up menu gives you the option to Modify Load.
After that specify how much weight we will be move/split.click update, apply and approve distribution.

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Also we can modify weight using drag and drop a commodity item from the Modify Load table to the
Load Distribution hold display. You can drop a Deadload item only into one of the following:
A Bulk position
A located ULD
If you drag an item from the Modify Load panel commodity list to a valid location on the Load
Distribution display, a dialog box opens, prompting you to specify how much of that item is to be
dropped there.
Example: Move Load Panel - Cargo Commodity

Example: Move Load Dialog Box - Baggage Commodity

After that click OK, apply and approve distribution.

7.4 Offloading from the Modify Load Panel


You can offload Deadload items using the Modify Load table by:
Entering OFF in the Location field of the Modify Load table.
Selecting a Deadload item in the Modify Load table and clicking on the Offload button.
Or via Deadload window we can offload the deadload.see 8.d.

8 No Fit Positions and No-fit Check Box


No-fit status is relevant only for containerised aircraft. No-fit positions are indicated by an N on the
Load Distribution display.
No-fit status can be assigned either manually or automatically:
Manually:
- You can nominate a No-fit position in the Create Load panel.
- You can nominate a No-fit position by selecting the No-fit option in the pop-up menu that opens
when you right click on an empty position in the Load Distribution hold display.

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Automatically - during the approve distribution process:


The application automatically assigns No-fit status during distribution approval to any ULD position on
the Load distribution hold display that:
- Does not have a ULD assigned to it, and
- Is not blocked from use by a located ULD

9 Send LIR Activity at -90 STD


This activity will send the LIR to the required printers. The load distribution must be approved (load
control status must be LC) for this activity to trigger successfully.

The activity has triggered and is time stamped so the load controller knows when it was sent.

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The LIR will increment by one on the Status Bar.

You can add Supplementary Information (SI) to a LIR in the Supplementary Information panel.

10 Check for Fuel figures Activity at -75 STD


This activity checks whether the fuel figures have been received from the external system. If there is
no external system suplying the fuel figures then Fm will check whether the Fuel Status is Historical,
if the fuel status is Historical it will notify the load controller that the fuel figures havent been
received or updated.

In this example the Fuel Status is Historical so the load controller will be notified.

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Load controller manually enters the fuel figures in the fuel screen; this changes the Fuel Status
automatically to Provisional.

11 Send Notoc -60 STD


The next Activity is Send All final NOTOC.

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12 Acceptance finalized
Check In has closed so the Acceptance Status is change to AF. The load controller is notified by a
High Priority Message that Acceptance has finalized.

13 Ramp Clearance
Ramp clearance cannot be done unless the Load Control status is LC and an initial Loading
Instruction Report (LIR) exists.
To perform ramp clearance, the Load Controller can select one, a number of or all the check boxes in
the associated LIR positions.
The Load Controller can also ramp clear positions, by compartment, by right clicking on the
compartment labels. When clicked the right click menu is displayed allowing the load controller to
select the ramp clear option and then apply.

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Also You can ramp clear an individual position by right-clicking on the position and selecting Ramp
Clear from the dropdown menu or you can select the check box located within the position and Then
click apply.

Once these updates are applied (Apply) each Ramp Cleared position will be grey out and the Load
Control Status will change to Finalised (LF).

14 Baggage Variation
From time to time when the ramp read back the baggage pieces for each container the number of
pieces read back doesnt match the number of pieces accepted by the Check in system. Examples are
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non-premium baggage being given a priority tag and counted by ramp as BC but accepted as BY. Also
not all bags make the flight they are meant to be on which is why there are such bags as Rush Bags,
so these variation need to be accounted for by the load controller.
The variations can only be done when Acceptance is finalized (AF), and as a general rule the variation
can only be done on the baggage Rest location.

This container of BY in 12R is the Rest container (R) and there are actually only 18 bags.

The Load controller received a message advising of the Baggage Variation. Baggage Variation can be
checked in the Traffic Load Screen which is navigated to from the Traffic hyperlink on the Flight
Information Screen.

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Select the Baggage Variation button and display the variations.

This shows a -2 baggage variation for BY and a +3 baggage variation for BC bags.
There is also a check box which is configurable which forces the load controller to acknowledge the
variation before a Final Loadsheet can be issued

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This is the error the load controller will see if the setting forces the load controller to acknowledge
the baggage variation.

15 Send Final Loadsheet Dependencies


This activity failed due the dependency of the Load Control Status being LF not LO, LC or LL, the Fuel
Status being Final not Historical or Provisional and the Acceptance Status being AF not AO, AG, or
AC.

The Load Control Status needs to be changed from Load Control Closed (LC) to Load Control
Finalized (LF). LF is achieved by Ramp clearing all the hold locations.

16 Send Final Load sheet Activity -30 STD


Now the flight is in a suitable state to send the Final Loadsheet.
Fuel Status is Final (F)
Acceptance Status is AF
Load Control Status is LSF
The load controller now just has to select Send Final loadsheet from the Event Scheduler.

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The Activity is time stamped and turns green and the load control status is now LFS (Load Sheet
finalized).

17 Documents
Documents window screen able to print the load sheet and another document, click edition no and
send.

Document Edition
You can select a document edition in the Edition No. dropdown menu. The list of options includes the
following:
Current the current document (1,2, 3 etc.)
New Edition prepares a new edition of the document
Before a new document is created, New Edition is the only option listed in the Edition No. dropdown
menu. After another edition of a document exists, then both editions appear in the dropdown menu.

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18 Load Control Supervisor


Load Control supervisor role is presented with the workflow specific to the Load Control Supervisor
functionality . As Load Control Supervisor, you can perform all the functions of a Load Controller in
the Flight Management application. The following additional functions are available to you:
Allocate Resources to another load controller
Publish Message (multiplex destination)
Producing Licencing Reports (Load Control licencing and recency reports)
Updating ACARS status

18.1 Supervisor shift summary


There is additional functionality available to you as a Supervisor at the supervisor shift summary
window additions are in the filter and search controls. The options are as follows:
Flights For my Domain
Unallocated Flights For My Domain
Departed flights for my domain

18.1.1 Flights For My Domain:


The Shift Summary window displays only flight legs which are assigned to your domain that have a
specific departure time. Flights that have departed will also be displayed until archived.

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18.1.2 Unallocated Flights For My Domain


The Shift Summary window displays only the unassigned flight legs for your Domain that have a
specific departure time.

18.2 Acars
The Update ACARS Status button allows you to directly update the status of the ACARS system for
any aircraft fitted with ACARS.

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18.3 ACARS Status Text Box


When you first open the ACARS Status pop-up window, the ACARS Status text box will be blank.
This is the default setting. Select one of the two statuses from the drop-down menu to update the
ACARS status.

18.4 Publish Message


Publish Message allows you to send messages to specific audiences. You can publish messages to
any one of the following:
Load Controllers handling flights allocated to a specific domain
Load Controllers handling flights from port
Load Controllers handling a specific flight
Load Controllers handling active flights bearing a specific aircraft registration

18.4.1 Targeting the Message


The option buttons and associated fields enable you to specify the audience to which the message is
sent. The text fields are enabled only when you select the associated option button.
The options are:
Load Controllers Handling Flights in Domain if you select this button, the message will be sent to
all Load Controllers at a domain that you must specify.
Load Controllers Handling Flights from Port if you select this button, the message will be sent to all
Load Controllers at a specified port. You must specify the port by entering its code in the Port text
field.
Load Controllers Handling Flight if you select this button, you must specifythe following mandatory
criteria:
- Flight Number
- Flight Date
- Port
Load Controllers Handling Aircraft Registration if you select this button, you must specify a
registration.

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18.4.2 Message Priorities


You can set one of four priorities in Priority drop-down menu.
The four priorities are:
Very High A pop-up window appears containing the message regardless of the flight leg being
viewed. This is the default priority.
High If you select Load Controllers Handling Flight and the Load Controller is viewing the flight leg
to which the message relates, a pop-up window appears. If you make any other selection, the
message appears in the Messages panel.
Medium Only appears in the Messages panel.
Low Does not appear in the Messages panel.

18.5 Certification and Validity Reporting


The Certification and Validity Reporting window opens when you click on the Licence Reports button
on the Supervisor Shift Summary window.

18.5.1 Selecting the Report Type


You can select the type of report that you want to view or print by selecting it in the Select drop-down
menu. The menu also gives you the option to print certificates. The available options are as follows:

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You must enter at least one criterion. The Carrier and Certification type fields are mandatory for
all reports. All fields are initially blank, and blank fields are disregarded. The applicability of some
fields depends on the selection of others.

18.5.2 The Time Period or Date

Method

Explanation

Selection result

Valid from : to :

You must specify the start date in valid


from :entry field and the finish date in the
to: entry filed selection is by pop upcalendar
You must specify one date in the expire on
:entry filed.selection is by ppo-up calendar
You must specify the number of days from
the current date. This is the only method
you can use to set the period for a recency
report.

Load controller certificate that expires


within the specific period

Expiry on:
Expiry in:days

Load controller certificate that expires


within the specific period
Load controller certificate that expires
within the specific period

18.5.3 The Report Window


Validity Report and Recency Report
A Validity or Recency report displays information in a tabular format, according to the criteria that you
specified in the Selection Criteria panel:

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Recency report

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18.5.4

Valid from and to

Valid from and to pannel Will only display the certification is not valid already out of range . Recency
not available searching to using valid from and to

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18.5.5 Expiry on validity report


Display a report which will expire according to the time that has been set. Expiry on not available
for recency report.

18.5.6 Validity/recency report based on Load controller name


The supervisor can search validity load controller staff based on dedicated name.

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18.6 Allocating Resources


The Allocate Resources window opens when you click on the Allocate Resource button on the
Supervisor Shift Summary window. The Allocate Resources window allows you to allocate and
unallocated flights to your self or another load controller.

18.6.1 The Allocate Resources Window Buttons


You can allocate flights to yourself or to a Load Controller that you specify in the Select Load
Controller for Flight Allocation window. You can open this window by clicking on the Allocate Load
Controller button. This button is active only when at least one flight in the Flights Display list is
selected.

18.6.2 The Select Load Controller for Flight Allocation Window


The Select Load Controller for Flight Allocation window opens when you click on the active Allocate
Load Controller button.
The Select Load Controller for Flight Allocation window enables you to allocate yourself or a specific
Load Controller to flights selected in the flights display.

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The Flight Allocation Option Buttons and Text Fields


You can allocate flights to:
Yourself
A Load Controller specified by name
A Load Controller specified by staff number
You select an option by clicking on the appropriate option radio button.
If you click on the Assign Flights button, the selected flights are allocated to the target Load Controller

18.7 License Enforcement


Select the License Enforcement check box to enable license enforcement.
If the License Enforcement check box is selected, automatic license enforcement is enabled for the
Flight Management application. When you try to assign a flight leg to a Load Controller, the Flight
Management application checks that the Load Controller has a valid License for the aircraft type.
Deselect the License Enforcement check box to inhibit license enforcement
If the License Enforcement check box is not selected, the Flight Management application partially
allocates the selected flight leg to the requested Load Controller regardless of whether the Load
Controller has a valid aircraft license.

19 Domain allocation
The Domain Allocation window allows you to:
View flights allocated to a domain.
Allocate flights to a domain.
Search for flights within a domain.

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You can open the Domain Allocation window and access the Domain Allocation functions in the
following ways:
Manually:
1. Click on the Applications menu in the Flight Management window. The Applications dropdown
menu opens.
2. Select Domain Allocation. The Domain Allocation window opens and the Domain Allocation
navigation tab appears below the Flight Management window menu.
Automatically:
1. Based on your roles and permissions, the Domain Allocation window can open automatically when
you log into the Flight Management application.
2. You can also navigate from another open Flight Management window. The Domain Allocation
window opens and the Domain Allocation navigation tab appears below the Flight Management
window menu.

19.1 The Source Domain


The Source Domain field is mandatory, and is initially blank.

The Source Domain filter dropdown menu allows you to set the search filter for a specific domain. To
set the search filter:
1. Click on the Source Domain field to open the Source Domain dropdown

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menu.
The Source Domain filter dropdown menu lists all available domains.
2. Click on a domain from the list.
When you perform a search, only flights allocated to the selected domain are
displayed in the Flights display.

19.2 The Departure Date


The Departure Date field is mandatory.

19.3 The Time Range


When the Domain Allocation window initially opens, the Time Range filter is set to 00.00 - 23.59. You
can change the time range by selecting another option in the list. This field is mandatory

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19.4 Search Type

19.5 Allocating Flights to a Domain


To allocate flights to a domain:
1. Select the target flights in the Flights display. The Allocate Flights button becomes active.
2. Click on the Allocate Flights button. The Select Domain to Allocate Flights to window opens and
displays the selected flights and all domains.
3. Select the target domain in the Target Domain list. The Allocate Flights button becomes active.
4. Click on the Allocate Flights button.

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When you click on the Allocate Flights button on the Select Domain To Allocate Flights To window:
- All the flights in the Selected Flights list are allocated to the selected
domain.
- The Select Domain To Allocate Flights To window closes.
- The Domain Allocation window flights display is refreshed and reflects
any changes that you made to flight domain allocation. If the allocation of flights is successful, the
flight departures in the Domain
Allocation window are allocated to that domain and removed from the search
display.

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