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how to start a jeppsen logbook if i have tt 8500h

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Hi i,am a foreing airline captain and i will start to log in jeppesen logbook now, i have 8500tt and i don´t know how to star a logbook with a lot of hours in only one type of aircraft, i can´t log since the begin because i don´t have the data.

can i insert in one line all the flight time in the same arcf?

the FAA accept this kind of "one line log" for airplane?


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  1. Nathan Parker on Jun 02, 2012

    “can i insert in one line all the flight time in the same arcf?”
    I would.  Why would the FAA ever be interested in this number, anyway?  You’re way past the need to prove total time figures to the FAA.  All that will matter from now on is recency of experience.

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  2. Kris Kortokrax on Jun 03, 2012

    If he is going to use the time to apply for a US pilot certificate, then the FAA would undoubtedly want more than one line stating that he has 8500 hours of flight time with no detail provided.  If he has records from his foreign air carrier employer, that would probably make a difference.

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  3. Gary Moore on Jun 04, 2012

    Remebmer – it’s your logbook – you can put whatever you want in it 🙂

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