Night/Instrument Time Conversion From Total Time

Winged Sig

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After ten plus years of logging time in the little red logbooks without logging instrument or night time I have a dilemma. I'm looking at new jobs and applications requiring the numbers, does anyone have an easy conversion factor to derive a close approximation from total time? For example: 1000 hours of total time equates to 200 hours of night and 100 hours of instrument time on average.

Any and all help appreciated.
 
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Well, what type of flying are you doing? Mostly night? Mostly Day?

Instrument is roughly 5-10%
 

Eaglepuke

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I figure when you get that much time, it shouldn't make a difference if you have 2000 or 3000 hrs of night time or actual time? I pay little attention to how much time I spend in the clouds, so even if I kept up with it after every leg, it would still be a guess.
 
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