Safelog | Pilot Logbook Software

Safelog is a pilot logbook software. It is windows based and is used for pilots to record their flight times and track recency of experience. It also includes an address book and a log section for flight instructors to log the endorsements they issue to students. There are also features for tracking personal data such as ratings and certificates and medical certificates plus many more. The best part about this software is that it is easy to use and is very self-intuitive. You can download the software for free and try it out. It is fully functional except the number of entries you can make is limited until you pay for an unlock code.

With other pilot logbook software, you can import data from other sources. With Safelog you can also export data. That way, if you don’t like it, you can easily transfer your pilot times to another program. With just a couple mouse clicks, a pilot can see if they are current for taking passengers or making an instrument flight. There is also a very good filter utility for breaking down flight time. Another of the best features is free updates once you purchase it. On the down side of Safelog is the FAA Recency of Experience section. While overall it’s a good feature, it doesn’t fully track instrument currency. It only tracks the approaches required and not the holding procedures or intercept and tracking procedures. There are user-customizable fields, though, so you have to use them and keep track of the holding and I&T requirements yourself. Overall, Safelog is a great product! I’ve been using it now for a couple of years and it is way better than any other pilot logbook software I’ve ever used or seen. I highly recommend it to any pilot, whether you’re a sport pilot, glider pilot, or an airline pilot. There are features for all of us. Check it out.