Quickly view, analyze, and store all of your DJI drone flight logs offline
Use Flight Reader to decrypt and view the flight data inside of the DJI TXT flight logs, DroneDeploy LOG flight logs, Drone Harmony CSV flight logs, Litchi CSV flight logs, or Map Pilot CSV flight logs from your DJI drones.
  • No monthly fee
  • View an unlimited number of flight logs
  • Automatically download flight logs from your DJI account
  • Access 380+ flight data points logged every 1/10 of a second
  • Privately process & store your flight logs offline
  • Create printable reports for any drone or battery
  • View daily history to see when a drone or battery was used
  • View your flight data in a spreadsheet, on a Google Map, or in Google Earth

Flight Reader is compatible with 32-bit & 64-bit versions of Windows 8.1 (or higher). It can also be run on a Mac with Parallels Desktop or VMware Fusion (free for personal use).
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After your 7 day free trial ends, purchase a lifetime license and you can continue using Flight Reader.
Flight Reader is a product created and supported by Mike Singer (@msinger) — creator of the world famous online DJI Flight Log Viewer and founder of DJI Drone Help, Phantom Help, Mavic Help, and Spark Help.


Flight Reader main window

Drag and drop your DJI TXT flight log files or Drone Harmony/Litchi/Map Pilot CSV flight logs onto the main window to process them. Or connect Flight Reader to your DJI account and automtically download flight logs uploaded from DJI GO, DJI Fly, or DJI Pilot. The status bar at the bottom of the window shows the progress while flight log files are being processed.

Use the Flight Date dropdown at the top to filter the flight log list by date. You can filter the list further by choosing a specific aircraft or battery.

When embedded snapshots are found within a DJI TXT flight log, a thumbnail image will display in the "Photos" column. Mouse over the thumbnail image to view the captured snapshot images. The full size snapshot images are available in the log folder Flight Reader generates when processing a flight log.

Click the buttons at the bottom of the window to open the map, logs, CSV files, or history generated by Flight Reader when a flight log is processed.

Right click a flight log to access additional options in the context menu. From there, you can do things like generate a CSV report to show an overview of all flights for a specific aircraft/battery or assign a name to an aircraft/battery (so you don't need to remember the serial number).

Map with flight overview

View a summary of your flight along with the flight path on a Google Map. Drag the slider beneath the map to retrace the flight.

3D flight path

Open the generated KML file in Google Earth to view a 3D flight path. Drag the map around and zoom in/out to view the flight path from any angle.

Aircraft & battery logs

View over 300 data points collected every 1/10 of a second during the flight. Use the built-in log viewer or open the CSV log file in a spreadsheet application (like Excel).

Aircraft & battery history

See a daily history showing all of the days a specific aircraft/battery was used and the number of flights taken each day.

Aircraft & battery reports

Generate a CSV report showing an overview of all flights for a specific aircraft/battery.

Customize your logs & reports

Use the Flight Reader Options to choose which of 200+ flight log fields are displayed in your logs and reports.

System tray menu

Access additional program features from the Flight Reader system tray menu.