Requirements for revalidation of Maintenance of Pilot Licence Validity
The following documents must be submitted within one year after a flight test has been done and within 30 days after completion.
1) Forms: CA61-03.4
2) Logbook Copies of the last 3 pages incl. dated 12 Month Summery. Electronic Logbook Copies signed and dated.
Logbook must reflect a minimum of 3 PIC/Solo hours in the last 6 months preceding the renewal. If no flight time was conducted in this period, the necessary training with a registered ATO (flight time and ground evaluation, no less than 3hours) must be logged and a letter from the instructor confirming procedures must be included with a certified copy of the ground evaluation endorsement (CARS61-03.4(3)).
The Endorsement must be in the back of the pilot’s logbook. If the logbook doesn’t have endorsement sections available, then one must be printed and pasted in the back for the instructor to sign.
Please complete the summery dates on the exact same day as the application form date 12 months back.
* Note this is only an example and summary must be completed in the logbook NOT on the
New Requirement – Summary of Hours Flown the last 12 Months …01/09/2019 – 30/09/2020 – Dates must be indicated as the last 12 months “From- To Date”)
Grand Total Hours: …
3) Valid RSA Medical (PPL Class 1/Class 2, CPL & ATPL Class 1)
If you received an Electronic Medical, a copy of the medical must be submitted with the SACAA.
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