A pilot logbook is the one accessory that pilots can’t do without. From when I started learning to fly, I’ve recorded all my flights in a logbook from Transair which came with the Flight Training bag. It conforms with EASA Part FCL requirements and is designed to grow with you as your ratings, hours and experience accumulate. During my Instrument Rating Training, I created an electronic version in Excel, making it easy for me to update and transpose it to my online format and share it with you.

Annual logbook – hours flown by year

YearHours FlownYearHours Flown
201014hrs 40m202027hrs 45m
201133hrs 25m202166hrs 30m
201223hrs 30m202256hrs 55m
20138hrs 30m202367hrs 55m
201416hrs 45m202411hrs 25m
201522hrs 15m
201617hrs 40m
201732hrs 05m
201822hrs 40m
201925hrs 05m

Hours flown by function or operational condition

Pilot FunctionHours FlownOperational ConditionHours Flown
SEP PIC337hrs 55mIFR249hrs 15m
SEP DUAL116hrs 35mDAY438hrs 59m
SOLO NAV315hrs 20mNIGHT15hrs 31m

Hours flown by Aircraft type

Aircraft TypeHours Flown
Diamond DA40312hrs 15m
Piper Warrior PA2888hrs 15m
Cessna 17254hrs 00m

Total hours flown since 31st January 2010

Total hours flown
454h 30m
This logbook is updated regularly. Last updated 16-APR-24