Only a pilot who has successfully completed the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) requirements for foreign pilot license validation may act as Pilot-in-Command (PIC) of a South African-registered aircraft.
The pilot so qualified, is always the PIC of the aircraft. If more than one pilot has qualified as PIC, then either one or the other may act as PIC.
You will need to show logged PIC time in type but this can arranged within our own flight school at Komati Flight Academy, where all the tours start and finish.
The PIC must show a minimum 100 hours in either taildraggers or nose wheel aircraft, depending on which is to be flown. We would also recommend having a recent instructor’s revalidation and medical before arriving in Johannesburg, South Africa.