Sun Apr 04, 2021 10:22 am
I’m used to carrying my licence.
In Canada you can be ‘ramp checked’ and woe betide you if you don’t have your licence with you.
Logbooks are personally precious documents.
I photograph mine as each page is completed... Having heard the complaints of pilots who have lost theirs’ when their cars have been robbed (very common in Vancouver), I am very careful with my logbook.
It stays home unless I am visiting somewhere in the World where I might want to rent an aeroplane...
What am I saying? “might want to rent...”, of course I do!
I can’t be bothered with “Flight equipment”, I’m not a poser!
I have a backpack. One or two headsets, camera, charging stuff, maps, iPad, spare glasses, pens, torch, ear plugs, and an A5 note pad. I carry my licences, and passport.
All flights are written on the A5 pad with a lot of remarks, each circuit numbered, and remarks on it.
I store these pads when completed, and my students have asked me for references. I also get them to take a picture of these notes with their phone.
My “round post-it” notes are in my A5 pad, ready for sudden limited/partial panel use.
Round instruments need only apply.
Are you asking whose bag is best to steal?
Wandering the World