At the end of every flight by a non-EASA aircraft1 registered in the United Kingdom2 for which a certificate of airworthiness3 is in force and which is a commercial air transport aircraft4, public transport aircraft5 or commercial operation aircraft6, the pilot in command7 of the aircraft must enter in the technical log8 or the approved record9 the times at which the aircraft took off and landed, information about any defect known to him which affects the airworthiness or safe operation of the aircraft, or if no such defect is known to him, an entry to that effect and such
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