Logbooks

DaPaul

New Member
Does anyone know how time is logged once flying the line? Also, do you guys still use your old logbooks or need something more sophisticated?
 

SkyyAngel

Well-Known Member
I've seen quite a few computer databases that you can enter all your flight time into...they look fairly nice but I don't know how employers and the like would rather have those over paper ones.
 

davidhigbie

Well-Known Member
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Which lever in the C-172 is that again?

I always get that mixed up with the FMS.

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You dont realize how funny that is at 7:30 on a Sat morning with no heat in the apartment!
 

sorrygottarunway

Well-Known Member
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Which lever in the C-172 is that again?

I always get that mixed up with the FMS.

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You dont realize how funny that is at 7:30 on a Sat morning with no heat in the apartment!

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"a morning in the life of a CFI!"

or

"a morning in the life of a Regional New Hire"
 

mtsu_av8er

Well-Known Member
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"a morning in the life of a CFI!"

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"a morning in the life of a Regional New Hire"

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hehehe
 

Cheechako

Well-Known Member
I have a Jepp Professional logbook where I was logging daily totals with something like SLC-RAP-SLC-OAK-SLC in the departure/destination blocks. I've since gone digital. Now I have my Palm Pilot with a program called the Airline Pilot's Daily Aviation Logbook (www.airlinelogbook.com). I can download my schedule from the company website then enter my out/in, IFR, Night, etc. times as I fly. Every calendar month I export the times to Logbook Pro, print it up and enter a month total in my Jepp Logbook. Seems complicated, but it's working and seems to be more accurate.
 
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