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Lost my log book!!

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I just lost my log book with 250h , And my instructor is not anymore in my area ..
And i wasn't under a flight school , i did all the programme "free lunch"  with this instructor ..
So now what i can do ? 

Thank You !!

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  1. Wes Beard on Jun 18, 2012

    Did you finish your commercial license?  If so, take your most recent 8710 application and use those hours as the basis of your time.
    Can’t you call him and ask him for the times he flew with you from his logbook?  The best bet is to locate the logbook as quickly as you can.  Perhaps you left it on the CFI’s desk. 

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  2. Jack on Jun 18, 2012

    Yes i finished my commercial license!!  i just have 250h. And is hard to find my instructor now.. I don;t even know where is he now!  Do i need to report that first to FAA or just print 8710 form ??
    Thank You!!

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