Part 64 of CASR Authorisations for non-licensed personnel

Rule status

Part 64 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations (CASR) sets out the privileges and outlines the requirements a person must satisfy to be granted an authorisation to operate an aeronautical radio or the authority to taxi an aeroplane.

It also includes provision to recognise the training and assessment conducted by registered training organisations for the grant of an aeronautical radio operator authorisation.

Who it affects

Part 64 of CASR affects:

  • anyone who needs to communicate on an aviation air-band radio frequency and is not already licensed or qualified
  • anyone else who needs to taxi an aeroplane and is not already licensed or qualified
  • operators of unmanned aircraft.

Legislative instruments

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Non-legislative instruments

Non-legislative instruments include exemptions to particular regulatory requirements in aviation regulations or a Manual of Standards, but which apply to a particular person. Non-legislative instruments related to this part will display in this space or your can view our list of non-legislative instruments.

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Guidance material

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