Unique Report Features

LogTen offers a variety of logbook report formats from around the world. There are many differences between these. LogTen uses standard terms which apply globally. However, some terms for the same information vary from place to place. Some country reports track unique values as well.

Day & Night:
LogTen utilizes Total Time and Night Time to manage your logbook, but some reports split everything into Day and Night. LogTen handles all of this behind the scenes. Please refer to this page from additional details on how time is split for Day & Night.
Multi-Engine & Single-Engine:
If your region logs time separately for Multi-Engine and Single-Engine aircraft, LogTen will figure all of this out for you! It will log your time in the appropriate columns by checking if the flight's Aircraft Type is Single-Engine or Multi-Engine. Just be sure to set the Class attribute for each of your Aircraft Types. This page has some other details on Managing Your Aircraft.
P2X time is an unusual time logged only for the Hong Kong CAA logbook. To display P2X time in the report, log the flight as SIC/P2 time, and then select the Custom Duty 1 field for that flight (on the Mac custom duty fields are checkboxes, and on the iPhone and iPad, they are ON/OFF switches). We also recommend renaming this custom duty field to "P2X" for easy reference.
Commander (crew):

If you are using a civilian logbook format and have a Commander name column, this will be filled by LogTen's PIC Crew field.

If you are using a military logbook format, the Commander name column will be filled by LogTen's Commander crew field.

Commander (time):
Commander time columns in military logbooks are populated from "Custom Time 8".
Special Crew:
Special Crew time columns in military logbooks are populated from "Custom Time 9".
Kind of Flight Code:
Kind of Flight Code used in the US Navy logbook is populated from "Custom Note 1".
I.C.U.S is logged in Australia, and is populated from LogTen's P1u/s time field.
In the Brazilian logbook, Tipo is populated by Custom Time 1.
Command Practice:
In the New Zealand logbook, Command Practice is populated from LogTen's P1u/s time field.
In the Argentinian logbook, Potencia is populated by the Aircraft Custom Text 1 field.
Second Pilot:
In the South African military logbook, the Second Pilot time is populated by Custom Time 8. Captain time is populated by PIC time in this logbook.
Holder's Operating Capacity:
In the UK CAP407 and UK/Hong Kong CAA logbooks, the "Holder's Operating Capacity" is populated by capacities logged in their respective time fields. PU/T is populated by time logged as Dual Received.
How to log Ground Instrument in Australian and New Zealand Reports:
First, verify that hours are logged in the Simulator Time Field. Then, log hours in either the Actual Instrument Time Field or the Simulated Instrument Time Field.
How to log the Instructor column for Simulator entries in EASA reports:

Option 1: First, enter hours in the Dual Given Time Field. Then, log hours in the SFI/SFE Time Field.

Option 2: First enter hours in the **Dual Given** Time Field. Then, log hours in both the SFI/SFE Time Field and the Simulator Time Field.

Note: the EASA Reports don’t display hours in the Instructor Column with hours logged only in Dual Given and Simulator.

How to add notes to column 5 of the South African Report:
Log From/To and Route data in their respective LogTen fields. This data will populate in column 5. Data entered in the LogTen Remarks field will populate in column 32 on page 2. Remarks in entries with Simulator Time will display in column 5.
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