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It wasn't too hard to find questions and answers here discussing flight time as defined by the US FAA.

However, I'm curious about EASA regulations, and if applicable specifically as implemented in Sweden.

Based on the relevant EASA regulations, at what point do I note the start and end time of a flight for the purposes of flight time logging?

I looked through the copy of the regulations that I have, but couldn't find anything relating to logging (of flight time or otherwise).

Citations, please!

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According to FCL.050(g):

Flight time is recorded: (1) for aeroplanes, touring motor gliders and powered-lift aircraft, from the moment an aircraft first moves to taking off until the moment it finally comes to rest at the end of the flight;

That seems to be the same as the FAA regulation.

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