CASA (Australia) Pilot Logbook Cover - black aniline, laser engraved wings & name patch

CASA Black Leather Pilot Logbook Cover Laser Engraved Name Wings

$ 199 NZD

Sparrowhawk Leather make the largest range of handmade, personalised, 100% genuine leather Australian ATC and Air Services Australia pilot logbook covers for CASA (Australia) Licenced Pilots.

Sparrowhawk Leather's pilot logbook cover are custom made to order by New Zealand leather artisan (and Pilot's wife), Fiona Ritchie. The natural characteristics of the full grain leather hide is preserved through the aniline tannery finishing process, and personalised laser engraving makes your aviation logbook cover unique.

Sparrowhawk's leather Pilot's Logbook Covers are made to measure, so they fit and protect your Australian ATC or Airservices Australia pilot logbook for a lifetime.

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Sparrowhawk Leather make the largest range of handmade, personalised, 100% genuine leather pilot logbook covers.

Sparrowhawk's leather Pilot's Logbook Covers are made to measure, so they fit and protect your pilot logbook for a lifetime.

Made to measure for New Zealand NZCAA, Australian ATC and Airservices Australia pilot logbooks.

Can be made for Jeppesen, ASA, Pooleys and earlier NZCAA MOT 1373 pilot logbooks.

  • New Zealand Tannery Finished Leather - Aniline
  • Laser Engraved
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  • Hand Tooled (Wings Patch)
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  • Machine Sewn (Perimeter)
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  • Hand Sewn (Wings patch)
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  • Handmade in NZ by Fiona Ritchie

NZ 100% Full Grain Black Aniline Leather

In September 2016, our leather artisan, Fiona Ritchie, designed a new, contemporary update on the mass produced, vinyl finish, Black Pilot logbook cover. First step was to find a full grain leather which retained the individual grain character within a solid black colour. She next experimented with a personalised laser engraved wings and initials patch with feature hand stitching. This distinctive leather logbook cover and today is one of Sparrowhawk leather’s most popular pilot logbook covers.
The full grain, black aniline dyed leather is produced at a NZ Tannery. It retains the hide’s natural surface and grain characteristics giving it a quality look, feel and smell. The Whisky Aniline patch has a great depth of colour, and is the perfect background for your personalised laser engraving.

True Leather Craftmanship

Each Sparrowhawk Leather piece is made to order by skilled Leather Artisan, Fiona Ritchie.

Fiona uses time honoured leathercraft techniques, including hand embossing and hand dyeing, allowing Sparrowhawk customers specify the colour and
personalization of their piece.

By carefully selecting the leather to cut from the hide, and hand rubbing their dye colour to enhance its individual grain, Fiona crafts a piece with an exceedingly rare look, that is uniquely theirs.

Fiona's leather knowledge, designs and craftsmanship ensures each customer's Sparrowhawk
leather piece is fit for purpose, beautiful and stands the test of time.

Our Founder

Fiona Ritchie Leather Artisan & Pilots Wife

Sparrowhawk Leather took flight in 2014 when I made my first Pilot Logbook cover for my Airline pilot husband, Nick. Unable to find a robust, handmade leather cover like the one he’d purchased 30 years earlier, Nick asked that I make covers to fit his current and older logbook.

Since then, I have made over 500 personalised leather logbook covers for pilots in New Zealand, Australia, US, UK and Hong Kong. As Sparrowhawk Leather became known, pilots requested more personalisation and custom made options, as well as Pilot Licence wallets and Men’s wallets. Today Sparrowhawk Leather makes the widest range of Pilot Logbook Covers available in the world, all from my Farm Workshop in Hunua, New Zealand.

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