SRG1417: Application to establish or change an Aeronautical Ground Radio Station

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Reference:SRG1417
Title:Application to establish or change an Aeronautical Ground Radio Station
Description:

Please note that from 2 November 2018, all Aeronautical Radio Licences will be issued and administered by Ofcom and not the Civil Aviation Authority. Details of how to apply for a new licence, or to renew your existing licence, will be made available by Ofcom on 2 November 2018.


The CAA no longer accepts applications for new licences or renewals - please
apply to Ofcom from 2 November 2018.



The CAA has been issuing radio licences to the aviation sector for a number of years on behalf of Ofcom.


The two regulators have now emailed or written to all radio licence holders to explain the November switch in more detail. It is intended the change will enable Ofcom to achieve economies of scale as it will then handle all radio licences under one roof.


Licence holders do not need to take any action immediately. The CAA will continue to administer licences until the end of October. Any applications not completed by the CAA by 31 October 2018 will be transferred to Ofcom to process.


The CAA will continue to issue frequency assignments and ANO safety approvals as normal.



Copy of the joint letter


Status:Withdrawn on 31 October 2018
Review Comment:None
Version:11
Date:August 2016
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