Sunday, October 22, 2006

Nothing new to report today; I made sure my logbook was up-to-date as I hadn't touched it in a while.

Here's a question: Who is allowed to certify my logbook?

Is the Ops Manager allowed? What if I was the Ops Manager?

I looked in the Canadian Air Regs and I can't find any mention of who is authorized to sign off a person's logbook. After I left Northern Dene Airways, I had a fellow pilot sign it off as the boss was in another city, and Transport Canada didn't seem to have a problem with that when I went for my Airline Transport License and had to show them my logbook.



I am working on a post tonight that I'll publish soon; it's a cross-post. You'll see what I mean shortly.

2 comments:

medic_9 said...

soon [soon]
–adverb, -er, -est.
1. within a short period after this or that time, event, etc.: We shall know soon after he calls.
2. before long; in the near future; at an early date: Let's leave soon.
3. promptly or quickly: He came as soon as he could.
4. readily or willingly: I would as soon walk as ride.
5. early in a period of time; before the time specified is much advanced: soon at night; soon in the evening.
6. Obsolete. immediately; at once; forthwith.

short‧ly [shawrt-lee]
–adverb
1. in a short time; soon.
2. briefly; concisely.
3. curtly; rudely.

Excerpt from www.dictionary.com

Drumming my fingers impatiently on the desk...

Aviatrix said...

soon
7. [Saskatchewan only] maybe; during this geological era