ASA’s free Endorsement Labels have been expanded and updated to reflect current regulations outlined in 14 CFR Part 61, including changes to the student pilot application process effective April 1, 2016.
The PDF format of these labels provides a simple way for instructors to issue required FAA endorsements to their students, according to ASA officials.
Compiled from a variety of sources, including 14 CFR part 61 and the recently released AC 61-65F, each contains pre-written endorsement language with fill-in-the-blank spaces for instructors to enter the details.
Instructors may use a PDF reader to fill in the blanks and complete the endorsement electronically or they may be printed out and filled in with pen.
Formatted to print on Avery Labels #5163 (or compatible 2″ x 4″ labels), instructors can peel and paste the completed endorsement into the recipient’s logbook, as well as into the endorsing instructor’s logbook for record-keeping purposes.
Endorsement Labels are available for download at ASA2Fly.com and also in the free ASA Reader App for iOS.