The first box under each header (with the check mark symbol) indicates actual flight/duty/rest time. The second box (with the graph symbol) is showing actual plus scheduled/upcoming flight/duty/rest time. The number after the slash in each icon represents the corresponding company fatigue management rules. Hovering over the block will give you the time period being measured.
The 24 hour actual and forecast blocks look at today from midnight last night to 11:59 pm tonight for both the actual flown and the forecast. In this example no flights were flown and no duty time logged, and nothing is scheduled. Allowed flight time is 9 hours and allowed duty time is 12 hours. Note that if you look at the forecast after a flight’s scheduled departure time, that planned flight won’t be included in the forecast.
The 48 hour actual and forecast blocks look at a 48 hour window starting at midnight yesterday and ending at 11:59 pm tonight. In the example below, the pilot flew 4.5 hours during that time period out of 15 hours allowed, and doesn’t have any additional flights scheduled.
The 7 day actual displays actual flight and duty time looking back 7 days and ending at 11:59 tonight, so the pilot flew 6.1 hours out of 30 allowed and had 27 hours of duty out of 55 allowed.
The 7 day forecast looks at a window from Sunday through Saturday each week. The pilot’s actual plus scheduled flight time for the week ending May 27 totals 8.2 hours out of a possible 30 hours, and actual plus forecast duty ending May 27 totals 31.1 out of 55 hours.
The 14 day actual Duty Time looks at a 14 day period ending at 11:59 pm tonight. Duty time was 63 hours out of an allowed 100.
The 14 day Duty Time forecast looks at a 14 day window ending this Saturday at 11:59 pm. The pilot’s actual plus scheduled duty time during that period is forecast to be 58.1 hours out of an allowed 100 hours.
The 30 day actual looks back 30 days, ending at 11:59 tonight. The pilot flew 24.6 hours out of a possible 100.
The 30 day forecast looks at a fixed window ending at 11:59 pm the last day of this month. The pilot’s actual plus scheduled flight time during that window is forecast to be 23.1 hours out of an allowed 100 hours.
The 12 month actual looks back 365 days, ending at 11:59 pm tonight. The pilot flew 79.7 hours out of an allowed 900 hours.
The 12 month forecast looks at a fixed window beginning January 1 and ending December 31 of this year. The pilot’s actual plus scheduled flight time is forecast to be 78 hours out of an allowed 900 hours.
The Rest Time actual looks back 8 days, ending at 11:59 pm tonight. The first number indicates the longest duration of rest during that time. The pilot had a 32 hour rest period, with a required 24 hour minimum rest period in the last 8 days.
The Rest Time forecast looks at an 8 day window ending this Saturday at 11:59 pm. The pilot has a 52 hour rest period scheduled, with a required 24 hour minimum rest period in the 8 day window.
Green indicates all duty and flight times are within limits.
When duty, flight, or rest times approach or are equal to the limit, they will turn yellow.
When a limit is exceeded, it turns red.