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How to physically write (log) a three leg xc in Gleim logbook

The simplest approach is to log each leg as a separate flight, and that’s completely legal. However, my personal opinion is that this wastes space for multi-leg flights. Instead, I use a single entry ...
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How to physically write (log) a three leg xc in Gleim logbook

I would recommend that you log them as 3 separate flights for simplicity and clarity. For example, 14 CFR 61.51 (b)(3) - Conditions of Flight, requires that you record whether the flight was "Day ...
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How to physically write (log) a three leg xc in Gleim logbook

Each flight should go on its own separate line, if you fly from A to B then A is from and B is to. If you fly 4 legs, A->B, B->C, C->D and D->E, landing at each then you'd have 4 lines in ...
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Can I log dual received if I received training from a CFI and I sit in the back seat?

In my opinion, the FAA Legal interpretation Williams 2018 Legal Interpretation, makes a compelling argument that a person receiving flight training must occupy a pilot station. The pertinent portion ...
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