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You can use the form. Each application for a station authorisation (including a fixed, a mobile and a portable station) entails an application fee of €51,24 except for a station without an operator, for which it amounts to €102,49. A yearly fee of €51,24 is also charged for each type of station. You can also apply for an additional station authorisation at the same price.
Except for the automatic packet reporting system (APRS), the application can not relate to a radio amateur station without an operator which is a fixed station ensuring the retransmission of a received signal or transmitting a continuous signal, without the physical presence of a user.
A form is available. The operator’s certificate is valid for 5 years and is charged: €25,62 in 2021.
Radio amateurs can choose their call signs according to the following rules:
If you hold a class A certificate, you can, in addition to your main call sign, be granted a short call sign (only one) via the form.
Extra series of OO to OT call signs, in the format of OOxA, where x=0 to 9 and A= A to Z can be applied for.
Each additional call sign entails an application fee (€51,24) as well as a yearly fee (€51,24).
An application form is available. The aeronautical certificate is offered with charge: €6,41 to pay on the account of BIPT: IBAN BE68 6791 7078 1634 (BIC : PCHQBEBB).
Do not forget to sign your form!
You must enclose:
Please note that the ATCO (Air Traffic Control) licence does not entitle to the operator’s certificate – it is essential that you provide the certificate of achievement of the FPS examination. If you do not have that certificate anymore, you can ask an equivalent document to the FPS. A copy of your PPL, ATPL... does not entitle to the operator’s licence. The ELP is not sufficient either.
An application form is available. The authorisation is charged: € 19,05 to pay on the account of BIPT: IBAN BE68 6791 7078 1634 (BIC : PCHQBEBB), with the reference “Aeronautical authorisation”.
Please note that the aircraft must be registered with the DGAT.
Once Brexit enters into force, i.e. on 1 January 2021, the European rules on international communications will no longer apply to calls and SMS messages from Belgium to the United Kingdom (and British numbers).
This means that when making a call or sending SMS messages from Belgium to the United Kingdom (and British numbers), consumer prices may be much higher than today as operators will no longer have to respect the current tariff ceilings.
For that we refer to the website of the FPS Mobility and FPS Economy
Once Brexit enters into force, i.e. on 1 January 2021, the European rules on international communications will no longer apply to calls and SMS messages from Belgium to the United Kingdom (and British numbers). As a consequence, operators will no longer be obliged to respect the tariff ceilings provided for in European legislation.
Operators which decide to no longer apply these tariff ceilings must notify their customers one month in advance of the new applicable tariffs.
Once Brexit enters into force, i.e. on 1 January 2021, the European rules on roaming will no longer apply in the United Kingdom.
Providers of roaming services to roaming customers (hereinafter “roaming services providers”) operating within the EU: