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Pilot and EASA Aviation Medicals

Apart from the initial Class 1 medical which can only be done at an AeMC, we can perform all classes of easa medicals including Class 1 & 2 and LAPL pilot medicals. We also undertake Class 3 medicals (ATCO) and cabin crew easa medicals. We routinely perform easa medicals for pilots who have a different State of Licence to the UK CAA.

EASA Pilot & Aviation Medical – Class 1

What to bring to your commercial pilot easa medical:

  • Photographic ID (passport or UK Photocard Driving Licence)

  • A completed application form: CAA Med160

  • Your most recent medical certificate (if applicable)

  • Your glasses or contact lenses (if applicable)

  • If you wear glasses or contact lenses, an optician’s report on CAA form Med 162: CAA Med162

    • A report is required no less frequently than every 2 years if you wear glasses or contact lenses and/or if you have a VDL or VNL limitation on your medical certificate.

Please read our terms and conditions for using our aviation medical services.

EASA Pilot & Aviation Medical – Class 2 & LAPL

What to bring to your private pilot easa medical:.

  • Photographic ID (passport or UK Photocard Driving Licence)

  • A completed application form: CAA Med160 for Class 2 applicants or LAPL Form for LAPL applicants.

  • Your most recent medical certificate (if applicable)

  • Your glasses or contact lenses (if applicable)

  • A recent (less than 2 years old) spectacle prescription (if applicable) at your initial medical

Please read our terms and conditions for using our AME services.

EASA Pilot & Aviation Medicine – Class 3 

What to bring to your easa medical:.

  • Photographic ID (passport or UK Photocard Driving Licence)

  • A completed application form: EU3 Application Form

  • Your most recent medical certificate (if applicable)

  • Your glasses or contact lenses (if applicable)

  • If you wear glasses or contact lenses, an optician’s report on CAA form EU3 Comprehensive Eye Examination Form: CAA EU3 Eye Form

    • A report is required no less frequently than every 2 years if you wear glasses or contact lenses and/or if you have a VDL or VNL limitation on your medical certificate.

Please read our terms and conditions for using our AME services.

EASA Cabin Crew Medical

What to bring to your easa cabin crew medical :

  • Photographic ID (passport or UK Photocard Driving Licence)

  • A completed questionnaire for INITIAL applicants: Initial Questionnaire

  • Or a completed questionnaire for RENEWAL applicants: Periodic Questionnaire

  • Your glasses or contact lenses (if applicable)

Please read our terms and conditions for using our AME services.

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