Aeronautical licence changes: Comment | ACMA

Aeronautical licence changes: Comment

Consultation closes: 11 July 2016

IFC: 7/2016 .

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Outcome 
The Aircraft and Aeronautical Mobile Stations Class Licence has been remade by the ACMA—the instrument and Explanatory Statement are now available on the FRLI website.

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The ACMA received one submission to this consultation. Submissions can be accessed from the right hand side index box.

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Consultation paper: Proposal to remake Radiocommunications (Aircraft and Aeronautical Mobile Stations) Class Licence 2006

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Draft instrument: Radiocommunications (Aircraft and Aeronautical Mobile Stations) Class Licence 2006 (marked-up)

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Sunsetting issue for comment

The ACMA is consulting on a proposal to remake the Radiocommunications (Aircraft and Aeronautical Mobile Stations) Class Licence 2006.

The instrument will ‘sunset’ on 1 October 2016 unless it is revoked and remade before this date. The ACMA proposes to remake this instrument without any significant change before 1 October 2016 so that its ongoing effect is preserved.

The ACMA considers that this instrument continues to form a necessary and useful part of the legislative framework. Accordingly, the ACMA proposes to remake the instrument before it sunsets, with minor changes, so that its ongoing effect is preserved.

The proposed remake will revoke the current Radiocommunications (Aircraft and Aeronautical Mobile Stations) Class Licence 2006.

Opportunity to provide feedback

The ACMA welcomes comments from stakeholders on its proposal to remake the Radiocommunications (Aircraft and Aeronautical Mobile Stations) Class Licence 2006 with the proposed minor amendments as identified in the marked-up draft replacement instrument, on the basis that it is operating effectively and efficiently.