This is a great idea. Is this specifically a request for the Month view of the schedule? Or, something else?
Currently, you can set an Activity Types to make sure that the customer and/or Instructor "meet the aircraft's PIC requirements". For example, if the Activity Type is checking the Instructor for this and the aircraft "is Tailwheel" then we would check this. Keep in mind, users would need updated Pilot Certificates in order to really start enforcing these (you could data enter yourself, or enable users access on their own). So, it is possible to enforce these.
However, I do see some scenarios where it can be simpler to just added an instructor and select which aircraft they can be scheduled for. This would be much easier to set up and can have the same net effect.
We've made it easier to change the filter, but we still need to make it easier to see how you're currently filtered. We've designed some improvements in this area and plan to release them. I don't have a release date at this time. Thank you for the feedback!
James, thanks for the update on this. One way I've seen this handled is by having an admin create a new Activity Type called "Cancelled" with a special color. This type could be selected instead of deleting the reservation so it will still be visible on the schedule.
Bruce, thanks for posting the idea. Currently, we remove cancelled reservations from the schedule but admins can still review reports on cancellations.
Great idea. I think right now it says something like "Cancellation Reason: Other - Aircraft went down for maintenance". It would be better if we allowed you to customize this.
Alejandro, this is a great idea. I think we are best setup to handle this with our all new reservation types which will be available later this year.
The best we have for this right now is an option you can turn on via your work schedule that says something to the affect of “Only allow company staff to reserve me”. We could definitely use some more options for you here though.
Hi Bruce, thanks for the idea. We will certainly take note of this for future releases.