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MNpilot16
12-07-2018, 08:38 PM
Hello All

Posting here as Iím not sure where else to post. I just left a 121 carrier. Normally at the end of each month I would go onto crew trac and pull a report of all my flights and log everything.

Well I was stupid enough (and had a very busy last month at the airline) and they shut my access to crew trace the day I left. So I cannot get access to about 90 hours of flight time to log.

I have to go to the FSDO on Monday to remove a restriction from an ATP. Called them countless times including the chief and they are refusing to give me a record of those flights I did due to company policy .

My question is :

1) can they do this?
2) I have my total hours flown , so can I just log the total hours as a single line in my logbook showing I flew those hours from x date to x date.
3) can I just disregard them? I kind of donít want to throw away 90 hours of flight time but I feel like thereís nothing I can do at this point.

Thanks


sflpilot
12-08-2018, 04:00 AM
Hello All

Posting here as Iím not sure where else to post. I just left a 121 carrier. Normally at the end of each month I would go onto crew trac and pull a report of all my flights and log everything.

Well I was stupid enough (and had a very busy last month at the airline) and they shut my access to crew trace the day I left. So I cannot get access to about 90 hours of flight time to log.

I have to go to the FSDO on Monday to remove a restriction from an ATP. Called them countless times including the chief and they are refusing to give me a record of those flights I did due to company policy .

My question is :

1) can they do this?
2) I have my total hours flown , so can I just log the total hours as a single line in my logbook showing I flew those hours from x date to x date.
3) can I just disregard them? I kind of donít want to throw away 90 hours of flight time but I feel like thereís nothing I can do at this point.

Thanks

They don't even care about their current employees so I would not expect them to want anything to do with someone who has left. Maybe log it as best you can although it would have been better to keep track of this day by day. People will get on here and quote FAR's about what is required to log something. Future prospective employers will be the ones looking at your flight time and evaluating it. Where are you now? Do they even care about the 90 hours?