Steve,

Thanks for the reply. And yes, I do understand that the 100/672 lookback does a worst case scenario, typically from the end of the day. I still contend, as stated above, that the Flight Time Limits in the legality report are wrong when your 100/672 approaches 100 hours. Let me give you another example with screen shots from yesterday. I started the day with 88:59 hours in the 672 lookback. I flew 5:27 block. Therefore as the screenshot shows I had 94:26 at the end of the day yesterday. When you look at the Flight Time Limits for yesterday, I would assume it is showing me the flight time limits for that day. Therefore, I should have had 11:01 of block available as far as the 100/672 lookback is concerned and as far as 117.11 is concerned my limit should be 9:00. Thus, 9:00 is limiting. The Limit should have been 9:00, not 5:34. The 5:34 is what I have remaining, after yesterday is complete. The Remaining should have been 5:34, not 0:07. Again, it appears to be looking ahead one day, yet subtracting the current days block hours. Thus, it is basically taking the current days block into account twice.

I do understand the 117 rules. They are not that complicated. They are simply a little more difficult to track. Thus the need for a software like APDL to assist in the tracking. I am not trying to attack the software or the developers. I am simply trying to help out.

Thanks!

Eric