Ad Hoc Flight Logging

Pilots who want to add any ad hoc flight logging, not created under trips, will be allowed to do it via this option. Most training items should be included via the Ad Hoc Flight Log.

Enter Time As: This will allow the pilot to select the desired Time Zone before adding it into the system. Its recommended that the pilot has the correct default time settings under his user profile as well as the Schedaero Crew Application.

Depart The day of the flight and time.

Aircraft: Schedaero will populate different options, however, if the aircraft is not on the drop-down, the user can type any other aircraft, especially if it's in an ATD or FTD.

Regs: Allows the user to select between, Part 91, 135 or 121.

Itinerary: Pilot should input the Airport Departure and Airport Arrival.

Simulator: If the flying was conducted under an FAA-approved training device, the user is able to select this checkbox.

Note: Any additional text can be included here.

PIC: The times that were flown under Pilot in Command.

SIC: The times that were flown under Second in command.

Block: Whole duration of the flight.

Night: All flights that were conducted during night time.

FAA Night Time Definition: That period of time between the end of evening civil twilight and the beginning of morning civil twilight for logging our flight as “night.” One hour after sunset to one hour before sunrise for logging takeoffs and landings for recent experience currency.

Instrument: The time that was flown under Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC).

Day Takeoff and Landings: Takeoffs and landings recorded during the day.

Night Take-Off and Landings: Takeoffs and landings recorded during “night time”.


Instrument: Any approach conducted under instrument conditions.

Visual: Any approach conducted under Visual Flight Rules.

Hold Any time the aircraft was under a holding pattern.

Track: Any time the pilot tracked and intercepted airways using navigational devices.


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