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The Standard™ Pilot Log - Pink

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The Standard™ Pilot Log - Pink

Includes all instructor endorsements.

Also available in black.

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#ASA-SP-INK
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ASA's Standard Pilot Log now available in PINK! When choosing a logbook, it's important to make sure it will meet the needs of the pilot and the type of training and flying they plan to do. This bold and brightly colored logbook has the same trusted page and column layout as our popular black logbook (ASA-SP-30) it just looks different on the outside.

The Standard™ pilot logbooks have been supporting the aviation industry for over 60 years and comply with the FAA's recordkeeping requirements. Recording columns include aircraft make and model, identification, points of departure and arrival, aircraft category, type of piloting time, conditions of flight, instrument approaches, landings, and duration of flight. All instructor endorsements are included in the back pages making it easy for instructors to issue the proper endorsement for the student.

With so many options, there is a logbook that's right for you. The Standard™ logbooks are versatile, easy-to-use and flexible enough to fit any pilot's needs, whether a student or ATP.

Includes all instructor endorsements.

Copyright © 2015-2020 Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc. All rights reserved.


Part Number ASASPINK
ISBN 9781619542778

Specifications
ISBN978-1-61954-277-8
Dimensions7.75 x 4 inches
Page Count104 pages.
Weight0.40 lbs
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