The flight isn't over until you've done the paperwork! Keeping a logbook isn't just a fun way to record your experiences and aerial memories - it's a regulatory requirement. Keeping track of currency is essential for knowing when you're ready to test for that next rating or if you are legal for a night or IFR flight. Canada's most popular logbook. This logbook is perfect for the student or private pilot to maintain their flying time records. 12 entry lines per page. Black
Small: 5-1/2" x 8.5" x .75"
No, this log book has columns for Single engine aircraft, multi-engine aircraft and cross country. Under these headings are: dual and p.I.C for day and night time hours.