I obtained a PPL in 1965 and subsequently logged over 2000 hours. I have not flown since 1980 Recently I thought I would like to become current again. I search the FAA records for my license and none was found. I wrote the FAA and they said they have no record of my paper license. During several physcial moves I have lost all of my log books, except my student log book which was kept seprate.
Do I have to start all over as a student pilot? If so will I at least get credit for my hours in my old student log book?
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