Horace Blok wrote:(1) Radio Station Licence fee MUST have (2) proof of payment attached - the two together (1+2) are deemed a valid document. Am I correct?
hi horace, yes thats what i was told when i recently got my new licence forms can be downloaded from icasa website, took me abiut 4 weeks after payment and hand submission, and one more payment to get the aircraft station licence.
Who said pigs can't fly? Barry Culligan P&M Quik R ZU-KWK
When we bought the Cheetah, we needed to take proof of payment of the radio licence to CAA. I went personally to the ICASA offices in Sandton, where I was helped promptly end efficiently. (It took about five months for the licence to arrive in the post, however.) But CAA accepted the proof of payment as sufficient.
A hint from George, a while back on Avcom - stay at least R48.00 in credit with Icasa at all times. Then the annual renewal looks after itself.
Lost again, so the proof of payment at any post office must be submitted to caa? Is there a caa application form? And on the icasa form, what is Power and Class of emission of the radio? And operators certificate nr? The aeri I talk about only has proof of payment, no radiolicence.
There is no need to have proof of payment if you have a valid license. Due to the inability of ICASA to issue licenses within a reasonable period of time CAA will accept a proof of payment if you have not yet received the radio license.
ie you need the valid license or a proof of payment in your aircraft to fly legally.