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 best suited for the professional or carrier pilot. 24 entry lines per page.
Large 8-3/4" x 8-1/4"
Solid build with easy to read and write all the logs.
Very nice log book. Looks professional with the gold wings on the front cover. 27 columns for detailed reporting plus 2 miscellaneous columns.
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The large professional pilot log book has 24 entry lines per page. Yes, we do ship internationally.
No, we do not have an engraving / embroidery service.
It has 140 printed pages.
The columns on the right page are; singe engine aircraft, multi-engine aircraft, cross country, take-offs and landings, instrument, and one blank.