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Logbook form to enter the flights and simulator-sessions

This logbook form is simple without to much details

You will enter the most important items of your flight, like:

  • modus - real flight or sim-session
  • flight date
  • departure, arrival - gives you great circle nautical-miles (NM)
  • offblock, onblock - gives you total block time
  • registration (the aircraft type is saved, if registration was used once, so you don't have to choose that all the time)
  • flightrules (IFR, IFR/VFR, VFR/IFR/VFR, VFR/IFR, VFR)
  • flyingtyp (flying pilot, monitoring pilot)
  • cockpit function (SE - single engine, ME - multi engine, TMG - touring motor glider, GL - glider, MP - multi pilot)
  • pilot function (PIC - pilot in command, SIC - second in command, CO - copilot, DUAL - student in training, SPIC - student pilot in command, INST - instructor)
  • pilot names - you enter them only once. If they are already entered, you just choose them in a dropdown.
  • suntimes - you will get information about the twilight begin, sunrise, sunset and twilight end.
  • number of takeoff and landings - the system recognizes a takeoff or landing in night time automatically
  • operational condition time: NIGHT - the system calculates the night time automatically, calculated by great circle line between departure and arrival and between offblock and onblock times.
  • operational condition time: IFR
  • type of flight - commercial or private
  • remarks - printed in the PDF later
  • own remarks - only shown in the logbook on the website for your private information

Logbook of pilotsbook

Here you find all entered flights and simulator-sessions with 30 items per page like on the printed PDF.

Each page shows you the summarized flight times, takeoffs and landings, as well as IFR and NIGHT times. You can also find there your remarks and own comments to your entries.

Statistics of your flights

This page gives you an overview about your statistics.

You see tables and graphes which are listed per each year.
The table consists of different items:

  • TOTAL (total time)
  • PIC (pilot in command)
  • SIC (second in command)
  • CO (copilot)
  • DUAL (student in training)
  • SPIC (student pilot in command)
  • INST (instructor)
  • SE (single engine)
  • ME (multi engine)
  • MP (multipilot)
  • TMG (touring motor glider)
  • GL (glider)
  • NO (unknown)
  • SIM (simulator)
  • PF (pilot flying)
  • PM (pilot monitoring)

The graph shows the hours & cycles per month in columns.

All aircrafts listed and ordered by aircraft type

On the page of your flown aircrafts, you find a list of all aircrafts types with there registartions.

Each registration shows a summarization:

  • takeoffs & landings
  • total flight times
  • IFR times
  • NIGHT times
  • average flight times (hours to landings)

As a result of the registrations, you have a summarization of flight times and takeoffs & landings

You can create your own aircraft groups

Create your own aircraft groups to get a better overview of some statistics. Just give it a name and add aircraft types to the group.

Details you will get are:

  • flights with this registration
  • total flight time
  • IFR times
  • NIGHT times
  • average times

As well as flight times as:

  • PIC (pilot in command)
  • CO (copilot)
  • PF (pilot flying)
  • PM (pilot monitoring)

All items are listed additionally as an annual summarization.

All airports you visited - map & list

On a Google Map you find markers with all visited airports. With a click on a marker you get more detailed information about this place and when you did your last flight to or from this airport.

In the table below you get list of all these airports. Click on the Google-Maps-Icon at the end of each row to zoom into this airport.

Details and flights from and to an airport

On this page you will find as well all your flights from and to an airport as the movements of all yet registered flights of others - of course anonymous.

You reach this site by clicking on an ICAO-link of an airport at following pages:

  • /logbook - Logbook of pilotsbook
  • /airports - All airports you visited - map & list

A list of pilots you flew with

Get an overview with whom you flew already. See, which position this person had and when you did the last flight with him or her.

Information you get here:

  • Name of pilot or colleague
  • last flight date
  • number of his/her PIC duties
  • number of his/her CO duties
  • number of his/her STUDENT duties
  • number of his/her TRAINER duties
  • number of his/her TOTAL duties

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