Student Pilot Logbook

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The Student Pilot Logbook was designed, made and published in the USA by a retired aerospace engineer, aviation attorney, and flight instructor. This Logbook is designed for Student Pilots preparing for Private, Sport, and/or Recreational Pilot licenses. The student’s learning progress is comprehensively tracked from the student’s first flight to his or her last prior to the completion ride. There are upwards of fifty (50) critical areas of airmanship presented and tracked per flight. These areas range from take-offs, flight maneuvers, to landings. Discussion time is also tracked along with ground school briefing subjects. The Student Pilot and Flight Instructor can quickly identify problem areas or areas which do not need to be stressed to help the student in progressing towards the license. Each flight evaluation has a space for the Student Pilot and Flight Instructor to sign and date each flight. Therefore, a record of the student’s progress during his or her flight training is documented such that if there is a question of flying ability later in life, he or she can be protected by a demonstrated history of flying skills for evidence purposes. One Logbook covers all Student Pilot requirements for Private, Sport and/or Recreational Pilot licenses. If the pilot wants to get one license or all three licenses, this Student Pilot Logbook is all the student pilot will need to get one, two, or all three licenses.

This Student Pilot Logbook is for Student Pilots who are learning to fly or plan to learn to fly. Pilot training requires a personal dedication to learn to fly safely, accurately, and thoughtfully. Flight instructors will have better record of documentation of their Student Pilot’s flight activities and quality of the student’s performance. A person considering flight training, aviation career, or aviation training will need to consider his or her requirements in order to understand the areas of study and concern.

Take a look at the FAA Student Pilot Guide FAA-H-8083–27a