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Flying to several airfields and logging them in pilot's logbook


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When flying from one airfield to another and full stop landing, logbook registers that flight

Question: How do you fly from one airfield; do a touch and go at the next and continue to fly on to other airfields touch and go to register those landings as airfield landings; can this be done in FSX.

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FSX DOES record TNGs, and counts them as landings.

 

You can view them by clicking "Details" in the Logbook Editor.

 

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On a general note, DON'T use the built-in logbook editor for editing :rolleyes:.

It causes logbook corruption.

 

Wim

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FSX DOES record TNGs, and counts them as landings.

 

You can view them by clicking "Details" in the Logbook Editor.

 

http://i789.photobucket.com/albums/yy176/buffalo2602/ScreenHunter_03%20Mar.%2005%2022.11_zps1fhavea9.jpg

 

http://i789.photobucket.com/albums/yy176/buffalo2602/ScreenHunter_02%20Mar.%2005%2022.04_zpskj4c7gy8.jpg

 

On a general note, DON'T use the built-in logbook editor for editing :rolleyes:.

It causes logbook corruption.

 

Wim

Many thanks for your advice. Happy Flying

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