Paper Logbook conversion

Our most popular service. We transcribe all your entries and provide an error report detailing all math errors found in the logbook.

What does the process entail?

  1. Estimate the number of flight entries across all your logbooks and purchase our paper logbook transcription service with that estimate
  2. Photograph your logbook with a smartphone using our instructions
  3. Share your logbook photos with us using Dropbox (instructions here) or another cloud service
  4. We complete the transcription and conversion to your chosen logbook format.

Fields transcribed are:

  • File /Page number and Line number to easily reference the exact entry
  • Date
  • Type / Ident
  • Route
  • Flight times
    • Includes custom columns such as Part 135 XC, Part 121, etc.
  • Landings
  • Approaches
  • Flight numbers if there is a separate column (i.e. not in the remarks)
  • PIC/SIC/Student name if the logbook requires it (EASA, Australia, etc)

Time describing the type of aircraft, such as SEL, turbine, complex, high performance, PIC turbine, etc is not transcribed. This is a property of the aircraft type and identifier. All logbook programs will breakout these times based on type and identifier, i.e. all entries with a C82R type (Cessna 182-RG) would be high performance and complex.

NOTE: Remarks are not transcribed will not be transcribed with the exception of routes and approaches found in the remarks column.

If you have a military logbook please see specifics about military conversions.