If you have a history of prior flights, you may wish to create a spreadsheet and import them as a batch. The spreadsheet should begin with a Header Row. The contents don't matter. The first row will be skipped during the import.
Each subsequent row should represent a flight and contain the following columns.
Column A is the Date. The date must be in the format of YYYY-MM-DD, regardless of regional date conventions.
Column B is the pilot name.
Columns C, D, and E are Hobbs Out, In, and Total. The total time is ignored during the import. It will be calculated based on the In and Out times.
Columns F , G, and H are the Origin, Stopovers, and Destination fields. Stopovers is optional and can be left blank, but the column must still exist.
Columns I and J are for Fuel Remaining and Oil Added. Both are optional fields and may be left blank.
Column K is the Notes and also is optional.
You may optionally include fields for Business Usage and Turboprop.
Column L is used to indicate a business flight. You can use any of "Yes", "True", or "1" to indicate business. Leave blank if not a business flight.
Column M indicates the number of people.
Column N is the Turboprop start temperature. Leave blank if you haven't recorded temperature for a particular flight.
Column O is number of cycles. Leave blank if you haven't recorded the number of cycles.
Column P is number of landings. Leave blank if you haven't recorded the number of landings.
If you are using Tach Time in addition to Hobbs time, Columns F, G, and H are Tach Out, In, and Total. The remaining columns (Route, Fuel, Oil, Notes, etc.) described above are shifted over.
Populate the spreadsheet and Export it in CSV format to your iCloud Drive. The app will allow you to browse the files on your Drive. Select the file and import.