You will be
required to submit your flying logbook(s) in support of certain licensing
applications. Where this is necessary, you may choose to submit your original
logbook(s) or alternatively a certified copy.
When you send us
copies of your logbook(s), they can be certified by one of the following
The certifier must
write the following on the copy:
the declaration “I have seen the original document and I certify that this is a
complete and accurate copy of the original logbook for (applicant name)”
only needs to sign the first page, but must have verified all pages.
The CAA is
unable to photocopy and certify logbooks. This must have been done before the
application is sent to us.
The CAA is also
unable to print long logbook entries, so certified copies of logbooks should be
submitted by post. Please ensure you include a copy of the ‘personal details’
page of your logbook to help us to match this up to your records.
of logbook(s) must clearly identify all the requisite experience requirements
relevant to the licence or rating application submitted. Our staff are unable
to advise you on how many pages to submit. You will need to submit sufficient
logbook evidence to cover the requirements of the licence/rating you are
must be submitted for the following applications:
Please note for
ATPL applications, you may obtain written confirmation of your hours from your
UK Operator in lieu of submitting your logbook.
The CAA retains
the right to request a pilot’s original logbook at any time.
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