licencing a heli

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licencing a heli

Unread post by richardmoss » Tue Jul 23, 2019 8:47 pm

hi guys , i bought an old formerly licenced rotorway exec , ZS-UTP , am in the closing stages of rebuilding her and am wondering if anyone knows the correct or only way to get her re-licenced , if anyone has the correct sequence of events in order to re=licence , please let me know , i would really appreciate it
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Re: licencing a heli

Unread post by richardmoss » Tue Jul 23, 2019 8:48 pm

also looking for some rotorway parts , if anyone has any bits lying around collecting dust , please drop me a line
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Re: licencing a heli

Unread post by Pete » Wed Jul 24, 2019 9:41 am

Hi Rich

You will need an AP (Approved person) with helicopter rating to give you guidance on the procedures / requirements by SACAA.
Once these all are met also to do the inspection for the proving flight / authority to fly.

I would suggest contacting Gerald Maddams, Chairman of EAA Chapter 1502 as he knows all the AP's in your area (I presume Natal)

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Re: licencing a heli

Unread post by cage » Wed Jul 24, 2019 2:14 pm

Probably also worth speaking to Koos Myburgh at Starlite at FAVG (assuming you are in KZN) as he does do (did?) training on the rotorway in Durbs so may also have some info for you.
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Re: licencing a heli

Unread post by richardmoss » Thu Aug 01, 2019 8:14 am

thanks guys , i do know an approved person , Roy Barham , down here , will give him a shout , many thanks
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