Logging Approach Location

TrapAv8r

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Neal,
F.A.R.'s require you to log both the type and location of your instrument approaches. Any chance you can add a tool to log the ICAO for the location of the approach you flew?

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seabird

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Unless it's a training flight you are doing, useally this would be your destination.. otherwise just add it in remarks I guess. No need to complecate input for the few exceptions is my opinion..

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taildragger

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I usually log 3 or more destinations per line. The exception could easily become the rule here. Noting the location of the approach conducted is a good idea.
 

rhallky

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I second (or third) the request to have logging of approach locations available. I also log multiple legs per line, and on rare occasion an actual missed approach, with landing at an altermate.
 

seabird

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Sorry to be a stick in the mud, but I would not like to see a option for approach location. This only means more info to fill out and I usually have my approach @destination... If not I can always log a remark saying the deviation..

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