(1) A person to whom subregulation (2) applies is authorised to transmit on an aviation safety radio frequency if the transmission is made:
(a) for the purpose of performing an air traffic control function or a flight service function; and
(b) using a radiocommunication system that is not installed in or carried on an aircraft.
(2) This subregulation applies to the following:
(a) a person who may, under regulation 65.035, carry out an air traffic control function or, under regulation 65.050, carry out a flight service function in Australian territory;
(b) a person who is engaged by an ATS provider (whether or not as an employee), and who is acting in the course of his or her duties.
(3) For paragraph (2)(b), ATS provider means an ATS provider, within the meaning given by regulation 172.015, that is approved to provide a flight information service.
Note 1: A person is prohibited from transmitting on an aviation safety radio frequency unless the person is authorised or qualified to do so: see regulation 91.625.
Note 2: For the definition of aviation safety radio frequency , see the Dictionary.
Subpart 65.C -- Licensing
Note: In addition to the provisions of this Subpart, Part 11 contains provisions relating to an application for a rating or endorsement on an ATC licence or flight service licence.