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Crew

Monitor your schedule, get notifications and updates directly to your inbox, track your expenses - all from a single platform.
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Need an easy configurable view of your schedule?

Crew members can easily monitor their schedules from the Owner Portal and access all details of the upcoming trips, even from the palm of their hands. Crew members can view, download & print detailed trip sheets, including flights, passengers, FBO, hotel and ground transportation data.
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Get mobile notifications to remind you of upcoming flights

The Owner Portal can provide smart alerts to notify crew members that a trip has been added or changed. Rules are configurable so crews are notified at the right time and cadence.
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Would you like to improve communication with the aircraft owners?

Select which crew activities (vacations, medical, training) should be shared with aircraft owners through the Owner Portal, making it easier for owners and their support teams to stay up to date on your status.
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Want to reduce the burden of tracking your expenses?

Portside has a modern expense management solution, ExpensePulse, that integrates with scheduling, finance and accounting systems, including Concur, to avoid manual expense processing. ExpensePulse will populate crew expenses as trips are still in progress and reduce the tedious backend processes.
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Contact us to learn more or schedule a demo

We work with operators of every size around the world, and would be happy to learn more about your operation & discuss how we could help.
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Some of Our Customers

Portside supports customers operating 2,000+ aircraft in 30+ countries.

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mayo mayo
netjets netjets
acijet acijet
priester priester
albinati albinati
mountain mountain
airshare airshare
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