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Old 03-20-2017, 10:26 AM   #1
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Scott IPC Recurrent and he tells us anytime we get 12 miles offshore
We have to have a signed journey log. Anybody doing this??
Have I lived in a cave all my life and that's why I didn't know?
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We logged each leg in the maintenance log plus kept the flight plan/.plotting charts in a revolving 6-month file.

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We do that for International ops, he's saying if I go from MIA to HOU that it's
required. Same with TEB to MIA. Talked with my retired POI yesterday, he's
Never heard of such a thing. Retired UA International Captain.
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I'd agree with the POI, Dave Stohr preaches the same story, btw. I think if the aircraft logs show where the plane has been it's good enough

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Journey log is for International Flights. US Territorial waters are claimed 200NM offshore.
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Per ICAO a journey log is required anytime you conduct Class II navigation of more than 765 nm between navaids.
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