Are your briefings concise and to the point?

Our Flight Briefing module streamlines the briefing process, generating material that's up to date and filtered to your requirements. All you have to do is send us your OFP (Optimised Flight Plan).




skybook generates flight briefing material automatically based on your OFP, removing the need for any manual involvement, freeing up time for more important duties.


Tailored to you

skybook puts at your disposal a full set of filtration and selection tools ensuring flight briefing packs are delivered to your users containing only the information you want them to receive.

Tried and Tested

Tried and tested

Thousands of sectors are flown with skybook every year, and we’ve worked with some of the leading organisations in aviation ensuring that our flight briefings are second to none.

Send us your OFP

Just send us your OFP

To get started using our Flight Briefing module, all you have to do is send us your OFP and we’ll take care of the rest. Alternatively we provide tools that allow you to build your own briefing packs.

Key features

Review your OFP

You can review your Optimised Flight Plan data whenever you are logged-in to skybook, ensuring that all of your information is correct.

Review Airfield information

skybook provides important information regarding METAR, TAF, NOTAM and SNOWTAM for your flights, ensuring that you’re aware of the situation at Airfields you need to be aware of.

Review FIR data

Keep track of areas that could impact on your flights including NOTAM, SIGMET, ASHTAM and charts.

2D Map view and Operational Notices

Get an overview of your route using the 2D Map view, and you can also receive Operational Notices when subscribing to our Crew Notices and Library module.


One of the most time-consuming aspects of putting flight briefing packs together is having to sift through endless amounts of paper to find the information that’s relevant to you. This can be a real pain for Ops teams, chasing paper, searching for the relevant data, when it could be so much easier if all your data was in one place.

skybook achieves this, generating flight briefing material automatically for you to use when you need it. There’s no clutter involved, just the material you require, when you require it, all easily accessible through skybook aviation cloud. 

Our briefing packs contain METAR, TAF, NOTAM, SNOWTAM, Upper Wind and Temperature Charts, Significant Weather Charts, Tracks, SIGMETs, ASHTAM and Route Plots (including ETOPS). On top of this, depending on your choice of additional skybook modules: Crew Notices and MEL Report inclusion. 

Thousands of sectors fly with skybook flight briefing packs every year, and we’ve used valuable feedback from our users to fine-tune our briefing material so that you only receive the information that’s relevant to you and nothing else.

Using skybook to generate flight briefing material improves efficiency from the ground up, allowing you to consistently meet your On Time Performance and manage your time more effectively. 

Getting started with all of this must be very complicated, right? Actually it isn’t. All you have to do is send us your OFP (Optimised Flight Plan) and we’ll do the rest, generating flight briefing packs for you automatically, with detailed, intelligently filtered material based on the route outlined in your plan.

If you’re in a position where you can’t send us your OFP however, then you can use our intuitive briefing pack builder; allowing you to create a briefing pack template once to be reused many times to produce up to date flight briefing material.

We’re committed and we mean it.

We want you to have the best experience using skybook,
so this is our commitment to you:

Centralise Control


We monitor our systems 24/7 to provide up to date, accurate data to help you with your flight operations.

Digital Crew Notices


All of the information provided by skybook is obtained through official aviation data sources and flows directly into our data centres.



skybook has been tried, tested and approved by multiple CAA’s, EUROCONTROL, FAA, and the UK met office.