ATCO licensing and medical standards will change form EURO 3 to EASA in the foreseeable future. It is possible the requirement of 2 yearly glaucoma checks (Tonometry) age 40 and over will then cease once under the auspices of EASA.
Haemoglobin blood test is required 4 yearly under 40 years and 2 yearly over 40.
Comprehensive Eye Form ( by optometrist) is required 5 yearly where the refractive error of lens wearers is +5 to -6D and 2 yearly if exceeding -6D.
Please bring the following with you:
Please bring with you:
- Photo identification (e.g. passport or photo driving licence)
- Last Medical Certificate
- You will also be asked to pass a fresh specimen of urine during each examination to test for Protein, Blood and Sugar
- Spectacles if worn. Contact lens wearers should attend wearing spectacles at alternate medicals
|Euro 3 Medical||£168.00|
|Euro 3 Medical + ECG||£252.00|
|Euro 3 Medical + ECG + Audiogram||£294.00|
Payment is accepted by DEBIT card, cheque or cash. Please note there is a 2% surcharge for CREDIT/company cards. Account terms available for Company Contracts.
Certificates can be revalidated up to 45 days before the expiry date of the current certificate keeping the existing expiry date as the start of the next validity period (calculator link above).
Decrease in Medical Fitness
The CAA require licence holders to seek advice from their AME if they experience any decrease in their level of medical fitness, or are taking medication which might interfere with the safe exercise of the privileges of their licence. Click here for more detailed information.
I am available for aviation medical consultations between examinations and have over the years developed a network of Private Consultants to whom I can refer promptly and seek specialist assessment/treatment in order to return to ?Fit? status as soon as possible.