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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.
If you choose to
submit your original logbook(s), you must ensure that the ‘Personal Details’
page of your logbook has been fully completed. This is to ensure that the
licensing department can determine with full certainty who the flying hours
belong to. Logbooks received with a blank personal details section will be
posted back to the sender, thus delaying their application.
logbooks can be submitted by post, in which case a covering letter must be
enclosed, or they may be dropped off at our Gatwick office in person. Please
note that if you chose to submit your logbooks in person, our licensing team
will not review your application or be able to answer queries. For a document
checking service, you will need to book an appointment (please link to the
counter appointments page).
must be submitted for the following applications:
Please note that
our staff are unable to advise you on how many logbooks to submit. You will
need to submit sufficient logbook evidence to cover the requirements of the
licence/rating you are applying for.
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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