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Write a Review The essential aircraft in-flight logbook for recording flight times, VOR checks, maintenance issues, and keeping ready access to oil change and other critical maintenance data.
Designed to put all the information you need to know about the status of the aircraft you are flying right at your fingertips, without carrying the maintenance logs.
This book gives you one place to keep track of:
Maintenance Status Not only does this page provide a place to note when the last annual inspection, pitot-static inspection, transponder/encoder, and ELT checks were performed, it allows you to see immediately when the last oil change was and when the next one is due.
Designed to augment rather than replace the aircraft's official maintenance logs, these entries help the pilot ensure all required maintenance has been done. By providing this logbook with each rental, FBO's and other fleet operators can quickly communicate to the pilot what the aircraft's condition is. No more bulky 3-ring binders to open and drop pages in the aircraft!
VOR Check Record All IFR pilots get taught that a check of the VORs must be performed and recorded within the preceding 30 days for IFR flight, but where is that information recorded in a rental or fleet aircraft? Will you be able to find it if asked during a ramp check?
As simple as filling in the blanks and the requirement is met, and you know the VORs are legal for flight.
Flight Record More than a place to maintain a sequential record of the flights and times of an aircraft over time, the pages of this flight record promote safety by drawing attention to one of the major causes of accidents in general aviation - fuel mismanagement.
In addition to the normal Hobbs, tach, time, departure, and destination fields, this flight record provides a place to record fuel available at the beginning of the flight, an estimate of fuel required for the flight, and the resulting amount of fuel available as a reserve.
Discrepancy Reports Whether renting an aircraft, or if you own it, have you ever wondered where to write down those maintenance issues when you are flying so you can remember to tell the mechanic about it? Or have a maintenance problem you want to report to the FBO? Similar to maintenance discrepancy reports found around the world, the difference with this one is that it is right here in the aircraft, where you need it, and where you can find it.
And as an FBO or fleet operator, this provides a simple way for maintenance staff to acknowledge aircraft squawks and let the pilot/operator know what was done to correct the issue.
VOR Check Record
N/A Manufacturer Part No:30898
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Great tool for Acft Partners or Small ClubI Bought the book as a quick reference to my aircraft MX forms (I keep this book in the Aircraft - actual logs at home). Although very comprehensive and has great detail in the flight section, I would have liked to see more detail in the Squawk section (maybe add a sub-part where the owner can "release" the aircraft squawk (with action and by whom and when). It REALLY needs to have an AD section...For an owner with recurring AD's, there are no spots to track when the next is due. I had to add that into the Margins. Lastly this is geared to an owner or partner/small club where anyone can quickly reference when items need to be addressed in a convenient location. I would recommend it to someone who would like to have a quick go-to book in their aircraft.David Marques - DESTIN, FL