In addition to any other log books required to be kept by or under the Air Navigation Order 20161, aircraft continuing airworthiness records must be kept for non-EASA aircraft registered in the United Kingdom2, comprising of:
(1) an aircraft log book3;
(2) a separate engine log book or engine module log cards for each engine fitted in the aircraft4; and
(3) a separate propeller log book for each variable pitch propeller fitted to the aircraft5; and
(4) log cards for any service life limited component, as appropriate6.
The continuing airworthiness records must include specified information7 and each entry in the
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