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FCC ELIMINATES AIRCRAFT RADIO LICENSING FEES
Federal Communications Commission has abolished licensing requirements and fees for aircraft radios-with the notable exception of aviation ground radios. The decision was enacted on an interim basis, pending final action to consider comments received on an FCC proposed rulemaking. Aircraft owners previously were required to register aircraft radios with the FCC every 10 years at a cost of up to $115 per transmitter.