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Old September 20th 03, 03:49 AM
Tom Nery
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Default Radio License Question

I recently purchased a Cherokee 180 and plan on getting a handheld
transceiver. So last night I applied for an individual license. Since I
also plan to fly to Canada, do I also need an aircraft license, and since it
was a previously registered plane, do I transfer the license??

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Tom


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Old September 20th 03, 12:49 PM
James L. Freeman
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The aircraft radio station license does not transfer. You can verify
this at the FCC web page.

"Tom Nery" wrote in message news:[email protected]
I recently purchased a Cherokee 180 and plan on getting a handheld
transceiver. So last night I applied for an individual license. Since I
also plan to fly to Canada, do I also need an aircraft license, and since it
was a previously registered plane, do I transfer the license??

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Tom

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Old September 20th 03, 11:14 PM
Doug
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I have travelled to/from Canada to/fromt the US every summer for the
last 4 years. I have a handheld and an airplane with no radio license.
I have never been asked for it, and have never heard of anyone that
has been asked for it. This is a rule that no one enforces and there
is some concept in law, with some latin name, that if a rule is never
enforced, it is no longer a law. So, save yourself some trouble, you
don't need any radio licenses.

(James L. Freeman) wrote in message om...
The aircraft radio station license does not transfer. You can verify
this at the FCC web page.

"Tom Nery" wrote in message news:[email protected]
I recently purchased a Cherokee 180 and plan on getting a handheld
transceiver. So last night I applied for an individual license. Since I
also plan to fly to Canada, do I also need an aircraft license, and since it
was a previously registered plane, do I transfer the license??

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Tom

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Old September 21st 03, 03:52 AM
Les Gawlik
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Desuetude, if I recall.


"Doug" wrote in message
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I have travelled to/from Canada to/fromt the US every summer for the
last 4 years. I have a handheld and an airplane with no radio license.
I have never been asked for it, and have never heard of anyone that
has been asked for it. This is a rule that no one enforces and there
is some concept in law, with some latin name, that if a rule is never
enforced, it is no longer a law. So, save yourself some trouble, you
don't need any radio licenses.

(James L. Freeman) wrote in message

om...
The aircraft radio station license does not transfer. You can verify
this at the FCC web page.

"Tom Nery" wrote in message

news:[email protected]
I recently purchased a Cherokee 180 and plan on getting a handheld
transceiver. So last night I applied for an individual license.

Since I
also plan to fly to Canada, do I also need an aircraft license, and

since it
was a previously registered plane, do I transfer the license??

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Tom



 




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