ASA's popular logbook is formatted to comply with the standards for all international flyers. In addition to complying with FAA recordkeeping regulations, this logbook complies with ICAO, JAA, CAA, and CASA recordkeeping requirements pertaining to pilots -- including JAR-CFL 1.080.
The finest and most versatile logbooks for aviators. ASA's logbooks have been "The Standard" of the industry for over 30 years and comply with the FAA's recordkeeping requirements. With so many options, there is a logbook that's right for you. Versatile, easy-to-use and flexible enough to fit any pilot's needs, student or ATP.
Columns provide standardization, but are flexible enough to allow pilots to customize to fit their needs. Summary pages allow pilots to track experience, aircraft types, currency, medical dates, flight review, and more for quick reference. Hard cover, black, 11" x 6-1/2", 278 pages.
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Lots of pages, not sure if I can fill them all before my flying days are over. :)
ASA STD PILOT LOG, HRDCVR BLACK
This Master is huge, larger than I thought it would be. But that said, it does have all of the columns that I need. Layed out logically. It will last a long time.
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We have added the page layout from ASA to this web page. It is in the "Look Inside" tab. The image quality is a little grainy but it will at least give the general lay out of the book.
Any aircraft log would work, for example part # 13-32384.