Although this case is about logging "flight time", it is unfortunate there still was no input about how pilots are supposed to record in their personal logbooks. As I've always seen it since the first day I started flying, flight time is engine start to throttle off, and air time is skids up to skids down. Flight time is what you put in your personal log book (in flight school), because TC requires 100 hours of flight time to receive to complete your CPL.
Yes, I am a "low-timer". I have spoken with lots of pilots I work with about logging air vs flight time and it seems everyone has a different opinion. Does anyone else care to give their input on which time they put into their PERSONAL logbooks?