A master history of the activities of the air-crew, the aircraft (including engines and propellers), or any of the components. Pilots keep logs of their flight timings and ground crews maintain records of aircraft and components’ operating times and any work (i.e., rectification and any repair or replacement of components with their history of malfunction). (see page 408).

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