Need a job
- Apr 22, 2007
- Total Time
I just wanted to see who used logbook pro before i buy it. Is it worth the money? whats your likes and dislikes about it? any other info? would you recommend it?
Also, I'm sure you can cook up your own program using a Excel or Access, but for me a turnkey solution was and is a much better, easier answer.
Questions for you Ripe Pilots (yes Tristar i'm a low time pilot) out there. in my log book it has XC and XC over 50 miles. Now from my understanding is that if a flight goes to another airport and lands its XC. Correct? Now that i have those two sections in my logbook, do i just log them both under Cross Country time in LogBook Pro to get one big time?
You should only log xctry time for flights made over 50 nm. All others, leave the xctry time blank. It makes you logging experience less complicated.
The 50 nm requirement only applies to certain airman certification requirements. Logging cross country between two points is valid for those seeking 135 privileges for their first job...and logging cross country for flights of 50 nm that don't include a landing at a point other than the point of departure is also valid for one seeking the ATP.
Why would you need to log xctry for flights less then 50 nm? (aside for applying for a job, IMO, is not necessary)