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Apply for an Aircraft Station Licence call sign
Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)
For communication and navigation, aircraft and balloons use the frequencies of aeronautical and air navigation radio. The Federal Network Agency manages the corresponding frequency ranges. If you want to participate in aeronautical and air navigation radio, you need a call sign for the aeronautical station of your aircraft.
The callsign will be issued to you upon application in the form of an Aircraft Station License by the Federal Network Agency.
You must submit an application when you become the owner of an aircraft with an aeronautical station. An aircraft is, for example, an airplane or a balloon.
If you already have an Aircraft Station License and the following changes occur, you must submit a change application:
- Changes to the aircraft's radio equipment
- Changes to your name
- Changes to your mailing address
- Changes to your domestic receiving agent
- You can access the form for the selected service via the selected account (federal user account / Elster organizational account) of the federal portal.
- Fill out the form online.
- Upload any other documents that you need to attach to the application.
- Submit the application.
- You will receive the Aircraft Station License and the fee notice with appeal instructions for download via the mailbox of your account after successful review, if you have selected this option in the application form.
- Number allocations are subject to fees, a fee notice for the entirety of your allocations will be made available for download at a later date via the Federal user account.
By mail/by e-mail:
- On the website of the Federal Network Agency you will find the application forms for call sign allocation for an aircraft. You can use these equally for new and change applications and for processing a legal succession.
- Fill out the form, print it out and sign it.
- Attach the required supporting documents to the form.
- Send your application documents as a scan via e-mail, by fax or by mail to the responsible office of the Federal Network Agency.
- After successful examination, the Aircraft Station License and the notice of fees with instructions on how to appeal will be sent to you or your authorized recipient by mail.
- Number allocations are subject to a fee; a fee notice for all your allocations will be sent to you by mail at a later date.
- You become the owner of an aircraft.
- You are the owner of an aircraft and your name, address for service has changed or you have made changes to the radio equipment.
- The domestic receiving agent or agents has changed.
Which documents are required?
During the application process, you may be required to provide evidence that your radio equipment is approved, or that the radio equipment meets certain technical standards.
What are the fees?
The amount of the fees is calculated according to the special fee ordinance of the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA - BNetzAB-GebV) as amended.
If you have received a frequency allocation for the protection of interference-free frequency use, you must pay annual contributions in addition to the one-time allocation fee. The amount of these contributions is determined, among other things, by the Frequency Protection Contribution Ordinance (FSBei-trV), as amended.
What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?
There are no deadlines for you.
4 hours to 6 weeks
- Appeal. Detailed information on how to file an appeal can be found in the allocation certificate or the fee notice.
- Administrative law action
What else should I know?
Existing allocations of call signs issued under the previous frequency allocations for aircraft stations and mobile air navigation radio stations (frequency allocation certificates) remain valid.
There are no plans to replace the existing certificates with new Aircraft Station Licenses. The certificates issued before 01.01.2019 remain valid internationally as long as you do not make any changes to the aircraft station.
Technically approved by
Federal Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport (BMDV)