with the Phoenix Aircraft Monitor™
with the Phoenix Aircraft Monitor™
with the Phoenix Aircraft Monitor™
with the Phoenix Aircraft Monitor™

What we do

We help aircraft owners and operators better manage their aircraft usage, record keeping and maintenance by automating the creation of aircraft logbooks. We have seen planned maintenance costs reduced by as much as 15% with accurate record keeping.

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Service starts at $79/year
Don't take our word for it, try it for yourself. If you find the Phoenix Aircraft Monitor is not a good fit, return it to us within 60 days for a refund.


Our web and smartphone applications allow you to access aircraft usage records from anywhere, making aircraft management a breeze.

  • Location tracking allows you to always know where your aircraft is and where it has been.
  • Automatic logbook generation creates a detailed log of each flight.
  • Maintenance tracking ensures your aircraft is maintained and airworthy.
  • Notifications alert you to maintenance or usage that may require your attention.
  • Reports summarize the usage of an aircraft.
  • SOS features lets other know there is a problem.
  • Simple API makes integration with other systems possible.

Automatic logbook

The Phoenix monitors every aircraft flight and automatically reports usage over satellite as the plane flies. Every logbook includes time, date, departure airport, arrival airport, air time (Time in Service), flight time (engine time) and cycles (landings). We also collect the nearest METAR and TAF and store it as part of the logbook entry.

Location tracking

As often as every 5 minute while in use, the Phoenix Aircraft Monitor reports your aircraft's position and status. This includes not only the latitude, longitude and altitude. It also includes any alarms generated during flight such as excessive G-forces and SOS alarms.

Maintenance notifications

Our web and smartphone applications simplify the tracking of cyclic maintenance items such as ADs, service bulletins, oil changes and other inspections. You will be notified when these items are coming due.

What is time in service?

Time in Service is the time in which the aircraft is not on the ground. Using it instead of tachometer time for maintenance planning can reduce maintenance costs by 15%. For more information, click here.


The Phoenix is shipped configured for your aircraft and only takes a few minutes to install on your aircraft instrument panel. No screws. No wires. No downtime.


Our hardware is simple, small and self contained. You won't even know it is there.

Size 94 x 94 x 28mm (3.7 x 3.7 x 1.1 inches)
Weight 200 grams (7 ounces)
Battery 180 days standby or 100 flight hours per charge
Power 10~30 VDC aircraft power or 5VDC micro USB
Sensors GPS, gyroscope, accelerometer, temperature, and battery level


No roaming charges here.
With global coverage, we work most places aircraft fly.

Crew tracking

Assign the crew tracking key chains to your pilots and they will be added to the flight logs when they are on board.

Size 42 x 26 x 10mm (1.6 x 1.0 x 0.4 inches)
Battery 1 year, replaceable CR2032 coin cell