RosterBuster has a praised familiar user interface, but it can be too bright for use in the cockpit or cabin. That’s why we now have a super cool and useful Night Mode in the app, that transforms the entire app with a dark theme that is easy on the eyes.
Leon scheduling software and RosterBuster have established a seamless integration of the roster for airline crew. Crew from for example Olympic Air, Olympus Airways, Luxaviation and Catreus, are now able to download their roster into RosterBuster faster and more reliable, and enjoy all the benefits of the #1 crew app.
Texting has become a preferred mode of communication because it’s fast, easy, and effective. This is especially the case for airline crew, who don’t have time to sift through countless e-mails and try to access bulky company portals.
RosterBuster and CrewTalk have joined forces to become the #1 communication app for professional airline crew worldwide. All 6000 CrewTalk users have been moved to RosterBuster and have received an e-mail with instructions on how to activate their membership.
RosterBuster offers seamless intergrations with many useful third party apps. One of our latest integrations is the export to AeroWeather Pro on iOS. With just one click you can export all stations of your future flights into a specific RosterBuster Group.
RosterBuster announced today that it acquired another airline crew app formerly known as ‘SkyCrew App’. This app’s 30.000 users will be completely moved to RosterBuster. The entire process will be completed this month. The users will be informed via e-mail. A smooth transition is to be expected.
RosterBuster’s welcomed a group of new interns last week, that all started recently at the company. Three interns from the bachelor’s program at The Hague University of Applied Sciences will help with the further development of the app. Two others will take on assignments in the areas of customer success and marketing.
A new record has been set for the fastest transatlantic flight ever in a subsonic passenger aircraft from New York to London, after the journey was completed in just over five hours by Dutch pilot and RosterBuster user Harold van Dam.