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SAMPLE LOGBOOK. ENTRIES. APPENDIX A. The following are examples of logbook entries to be made in accordance with FAR Part 43. Preventive Maintenance The following preventive maintenance has been performed to this aircraft in accordance with AIRCRAFT LOGBOOK ENTRY This aircraft's Altimeter system and Altitude Reporting Equipment have Maintenance Manual& AC 43.

13. Aircraft returned to service. Michael Tarascio A& P. Description of Inspections, and Alteration. Entries. with Or (Soo back pages The purpose of this program is to simplify and expedite the creation of a quality, legible logbook entry document of maintenance performed. When completed, the maintenance entry and return to service statement can be printed, signed and then inserted in the aircraft maintenance logbooks.

For example, when you put your signature to the following logbook entry: I certify that this aircraft was inspected in accordance with an annual100hour inspection and determined to be in an necessary for personnel to accomplish an Airworthiness Release Maintenance Log Recording Requirements. Objective Manual contents 121. 367, Maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alterations programs. 1. 1 Do procedures require an airworthiness release or appropriate aircraft log book entry after maintenance, preventive maintenance, or Log Book Electronic Form Instructions The following log pages are electronic forms with both left and right hand margins.

The Form No.Aircraft Model, Serial Number, A maintenance entry that describes what was done and gives a specific maintenance manual reference leaves little doubt as to what was done, and how it was done.

91. 417 is our source for guidance on the information we should find in the aircraft maintenance records. 439C Maintenance Records Date Issued June 08, 1998 Responsible Office AFS340 Description. Describes methods, procedures and practices determined to be acceptable for showing compliance with the general aviation maintenance recordmaking and recordkeeping requirements of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) parts 43 and 91.

The logbook entry form is for quickly and easily entering information to create a new logbook entry. To navigate between the data entry boxes: either use the [Tab key; or left click with the May 26, 2015 I recently had the vacuum pump replaced and the log entry I got is for the Engine logbook. Likewise I had alternator work done as well but that goes in the Airframe logbook. I'm having a hard time grasping where certain maintenance items belong. It may seem like a minor detail to get the logbook entry correct, but its a major responsibility in the eyes of the FAA.

In addition, the information you enter becomes part of the permanent record of the aircrafts maintenance history. Jun 11, 2005  As a case in point my manufacturers (current production aircraft) service manual simply says to drain and fill, there is one sentance for each task, no