PROFESSIONAL EUROPEAN PILOT Jeppesen LOGBOOK. Meets EU-FCL 050 Requirements.
The Professional European Pilot Logbook is meant to stick with you for the long haul.
This all-new version of our most popular professional logbook complies with JAR regulations for logging flight time in Europe. Plus, it includes simplified pilot and aircraft annual summaries that can handle 10 years of data and is made with archival paper for long-term record keeping. This quality Jeppesen product will be a great addition to your flight bag.
- Notes on recording of flight time:
Column 1: enter date (dd/mm/yy) on which the flight commences.
Column 2/3: enter place of departure and destination either in full or the internationally recognised three or four letter designator. All times should be UTC.
Column 4: Aircraft, Make, Mode, Variant, Registration.
Column 5: indicate whether the operation was single or multi-pilot, and for single-pilot operation whether single or multi-engine.
Column 6: total time may be enteres in hours and minutes or decimal notation as desired.
Column 7: enter name of pilot-in-command or SELF as appropiate.
Column 8: indicate number of landings as pilot flying by day and/or night.
Column 9: enter flight time undertaken at night or under instrument flight rules if applicable.
Column 10: pilot function time:
- enter flight time as pilot-in-command (PIC), student pilot-in-command (SPIC) and pilot-in-command under supervision (PICUS) as PIC.
- all time recorder as SPIC or PICUS must be countersigned by the aircraft commander/flight instructor in the Remarks (column 12).
Column 11: FSTD
- for any FASTD enter type of aircraft and qualification number of the device. For other flight training devices enter either FNPT I or FNTP II as appropriate.
- total time of session includes all exercises carried out in the device, including pre- and after-flight checks.
- enter type of exercise performed in the remarks (column 12), e.g. operator proficiency check, revalidation.
Column 12: the remarks column may be used to record details of the flight at the holder's discretion. The following entries, however, must be made:
- instrument flight time undertaken as part of training for a licence or rating.
- details of all skill tests and proficiency checks.
- signature of PIC if the pilot is recording flight time as SPIC or PICUS.
- signature of instructor if flihgt is part of a single-engine piston or touring motor glider class rating revalidation.
When each page is completed, accumulated flight times should be entered in the appropiate columns and certified by the pilot in the remarks column.
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