Aircraft Maintenance Tracker – Spreadsheet

The best self-managed Maintenance Tracking Software. Easily monitor your aircrafts maintenance status, see items due, alerts, flight logs and plan scheduled maintenance. Designed for all types of aircraft and perfect for Private or Part owners.

Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.6 from 67 reviews
One-time fee, no subscriptions.


Works with

Excel Pilot Logbook
Numbers for Mac
Google Sheets Free
Apache Open Office
Libre Office
Excel Aircraft Maintenance Tracker

Maintenance Status Report

View a summary of the aircrafts current hours, next inspection due, recent hours flown, average fuel consumption, oil added and other information prudent to your aircrafts operation.

Maintenance Alerts

Add an unlimited number of maintenance items and view the number of days, hours or cycles remaining until these are due (automatically calculated and colour-coded).

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Aircraft Flight Log

Digitise your aircrafts flight / technical log and keep a record of each flight. Monitor average fuel and oil consumption and tally up number of passengers, landings and more.

Maintenance Squawks / Defects

Record any aircraft defects or unserviceable items and keep other pilots updated about the aircrafts condition.

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Set the due time for maintenance items based on Airframe TTIS, Engine 1, Engine 2, Propellor 1 or Propellor 2.

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Sync logbook with mobile devices – backed-up 24/7

Use your Excel Pilot Logbook online with free apps like Google Sheets, so you can access anywhere. Any changes you make are automatically saved and backed-up in the Cloud 24/7.

Google Sheets is like an online, free version of Excel. Use your pilot logbook online in any web browser, iPad, iPhone or Android device with the free App (optional).

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Web Browser

Login to Google Sheets website (free), access your Pilot Logbook online and keep it backed-up in the Cloud 24/7.

Google Sheets App

iPhone and Android Apps give you free access to your Pilot Logbook spreadsheet on any device.


  • Overview


  • Items Due


  • Flight Log


  • Squawks


  • Settings


Trusted by over 4,000 Pilots

See what other American Pilots say – Testimonials ↗

  • “Great Support! I needed help with the program a few days after I downloaded it. They were super fast at getting back to me and helping me with my issue! ★★★★★
    First Officer
  • “Thanks again for all the help. As I get deep into inputting my 25+ years of flying into the spreadsheet, I'm sure I'll have more questions. I really am impressed by your quick response time and great customer service, I'll be sure to make sure I relay that on for others to see. ★★★★★
  • “Great product with great support when needed to sort any issues, highly recommend to fellow pilots. ★★★★★
    AS350 Pilot
  • “I switched to this from some of the more expensive app-based electronic logbooks that require subscriptions and have never looked back. It's brilliant! ★★★★★
    A320 First Officer
  • “Your logbook is exactly what I was looking for. I wanted to stay clear of LogTen Pro and was planning on making something myself in Excel. I’m reasonably competent at it but when googling for ideas on how to format it all I found your option, which made my life easier and seems well worth the $$. ★★★★★
    PC-12 Pilot
  • “Love this product! I have been looking for a simple, but well thought out electronic logbook and this is it! I like the Excel format and data entry is very easy. In my opinion, it doesn't get better. ★★★★★
    Private Pilot
  • “Great product, perfect format. Easy to use and modify to suit all your tailored needs. ★★★★★
    Air Ambulance Pilot
  • “The easiest-to-use computer-based logbook that I have come across. Excel Pilot Logbook is by far the best out there and considering how cheap it is, well worth it. ★★★★★
    Flight Instructor

One-time fee, no subscriptions, yours for life.

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