November 18, 2018

8710-1 PDF

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JamesDec 20, Yes, my password is: Could be data mining. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Madison, WI Display Name: Maxed-outDec 20, Mar 19, Messages: MikeELPDec 15, SundancerDec 19, Nov 25, Messages: Apr 18, Messages: Interesting, I just had a flight review today. No, create an account now. I have to agree with others in that this is probably just another way for the FAA to gather data on the pilot population at large, and wouldn’t be surprised at all if this “option” becomes “mandatory” at some point.

The only thing I can think of is when investigating a crash, if the Pilot is dead or injured and unable to produce a logbook. Maxed-outDec 15, What useful data are they going to get if the pilots are only logging required things?

They still need to keep track of what you’re up to, one way or the other. Discussion in ‘ Flight Following ‘ started by Maxed-outDec 15, Oh well, I guess I could go elsewhere, but really don’t feel that strongly about it one way or the other.

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EverskywardDec 19, What would the FAA use 810-1 for? Absent a tangible benefit to the pilot, of a value equal to the hassle, no way. I sense that 871-01 might be a trial for something much more intensive and invasive, what I’m not sure.

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If I were guessing, someone at the FAA is wondering “How many of these pilots are actually ‘current’ and active? Sep 3, Messages: 8710–1 had a guy who hadn’t flown in 4 years and expected me 8710- sign him off on the first flight. As far as the mention of “up-to-date records benefit everyone” statement, I’m fine with my up-to-date records and backups on my end.

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Form 8710-1 Flight Review and IPC

Logbook entries for the ground and flight time. It doesn’t serve your interests, and costs you, and maybe someone else, some time.

Even though it’s optional, CFIs, pilots, and schools are just paranoid enough to be concerned about what might happen if they don’t follow 87101- “recommendation.

SundancerDec 16, Albuquerque, NM Display Name: Never heard of it and I’ve given many flight reviews and IPC’s. Apr 21, Messages: I just talked with a CFI that I used for my last Flight Review and he said that although it’s optional, it’s also in an Advisory Circular, and when the excrement hits the rotating blades, he wants to appear as the CFI that went “by the book.


GCADec 19, If it was mandatory I probably wouldn’t complain but since it’s optional, and I’m lazy, I won’t do it.

He couldn’t even find the airport. Maxed-out 87710-1, Dec 16, There’s no requirement to log everything even though most do. I didn’t know it even existed. I understand they may want the data for aggregate purposes, with no bad intent, and that it could serve a useful purpose.

NoHeatDec 15, Also, one could argue that you’re now burdening a CFI and client with additional paperwork computer-work and bureaucracy that didn’t exist before. But they’ve been a bad actor too many times for us not to be wary. You must log in or sign up to reply here.

It provides an opportunity to log your flight hours and experience in 88710-1 official document in case your personal records are lost or destroyed.

HenningDec 16, I’ve never saw one done, and I have never completed one. I value my time far more than providing make-work or convenience to the FAA.