Controls the order and visibility of columns in on the order grid on the Classic OPS page. It's a list of column names, separated by semicolons.
The full selection available columns is this
Custom template columns using Email template variables or Custom values
The FBO for which the order is created. This column is useful when a group of locations is selected as the current filter.
Registration and flight numbers or the order key for OTC orders. For example: "CSDRX N343/N344". A tooltip shows the order key and workflow state. Clicking on the hyperlink opens the order details screen. The same information, with the color of the workflow state as a background, is shown by OrderWithStateColor.
Shows the order key of the order (for example, "AMS-3343"). Clicking on the hyperlink opens the order details screen.
The station where the order is handled. This is helpful when an FBO is a handling office that performs regional coordination.
Most actual arrival time. The formatting of the date can be configured via the setting PlanboardDateTimeFormatString.
Most actual departure time. The formatting of the date can be configured via the setting PlanboardDateTimeFormatString.
Current or pre-assigned parking position.
Short name of the debtor (or default debtor). Clicking on the hyperlink opens the contact details screen.
Shortest name of the operator. Clicking on the hyperlink opens the contact detals screen.
Name of the aircraft type. Clicking on the hyperlink opens the aircraft type details screen.
ICAO code of the aircraft type. Clicking on the hyperlink opens the aircraft type details screen.
Displays an icon with the number of uncompleted services. This can be very helpful if services are not shown on the order grid itself.
Displays a line of all services that have a pending work flow, and the current work flow state of each of these services.
Displays an alert icon with the number of must be resolved bulletin board messages.
Displays an envelope icon if the order has third-party changes, mainly from CFMU and/or NetJets link.
Pax count (inbound/outbound).
Crew count (inbound/outbound).
The origin station in a 4 letter ICAO code. Should you require the 3 letter IATA code use FromIata
The destination station in a 4 letter ICAO code. Should you require the 3 letter IATA code use ToIata
Indicates if general declaration or police assistance is required based on the orgin station of the flight. You can configure the station group for which a gendec is required for each FBO location.
Displays an icon to notify that the aircraft is operating a quick turnaround i.e has a short ground time. The definition (in hours) of Quick turn can be set in Administrations > Settings 'QuickTurn'
Used to display short remarks on the order grid for the order, for example, the initials of the handling agent resposible for meeting the aircraft passengers upon arrival. You can create a message by clicking on the blue line in the order grid. The message is stored on the order's bulletin board with a message category of 'planboard'. You can also create a planboard message for an aircraft or a client, by adding a bulletin board message of this category to it.
Shows the same information as Order (Fields) but the text and background are shown with fore- and backround colors as they are configured in the current workflow state settings.
Shows the shortname or name (if no shortname is set) from the current order workflow state. This field is colored with the colors from the workflow state settings as well. The work flow state name is shown within a tooltip as well.
The same as ColoredOrderStateShortName except the colors.
Shows a field with a small box colored with the color as configured in the workflow state settings. A tooltip shows the workflow state name.
Shows a $-sign if the order needs payment. This is when there is an amount due and the form of payment is not on-account.
HandlingGridColumns and MovementGridColumns