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Logging Type & No. of Approaches Jeppesen Pro Logbook

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I'm sure most of you guys out there are using a FAAJeppesen Professional Pilot Logbook (Brown leather cover)

The columns under Type > No. & Approaches are so small &

I am unsure how to log serveral different approaches done in one flight log?

i.e. Flight #1: 1 ILS, 1 GPS, 1 ASR, 1 VOR, 1 NDB

Do you attempt to squeeze all thoes in the small columns?

 

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  1. Dave M on Jun 25, 2012

    I just put a number and log the locations and types of approaches in the comments section.

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  2. Gary Moore on Jun 25, 2012

    No one says that you have to limit your flight entry to just one line.  It’s your logbook – use as much space as you need and include whatever you want….

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