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Student Logbook Requirements
2010-03-18

Student Logbook Requirements Student solo license endorsements for each type aircraft
Student solo cross-country license endorsement
Logbook signoff for ground instruction
Pre-solo aeronautical knowledge and instruction endorsement
Logbook signoff for aircraft test each aircraft
Logbook solo requirements endorsement
Logbook solo endorsement
Day solo endorsement
Logbook local airport solo endorsement
Individual signoff for EACH x-country
Signoff for review of questions missed
Aeronautical knowledge and instruction endorsement
Take Practical Test endorsement
Test after failure endorsement

FAR 61.59(a)Covers fraudulent on intentional statements or entries.
FAR 61.51 Covers requirements for logbook entries.
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