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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.

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EASA Pilot & Aviation Medical – Class 1

We perform EASA Class 1 revalidation & renewal pilot medicals. These medicals last approximately 1 hour.

If you have not attended our practice before, please bring your passport or photo card driving licence as proof of ID. We will not be able to proceed with the medical without proof of ID.

Please complete the application form CAA MED 160 prior to your class 1 EASA medical and bring it with you to your appointment.

If you wear glasses or contact lenses, please have your optometrist complete a CAA MED 162 if you haven’t submitted one in the last two years or if there has been a change in your prescription since your last medical and bring to your appointment.

Applicants wishing to obtain a UK CAA EU (EASA) Licence, who hold, or have held a JAAA or EU (EASA) medical certificate or licence where the licensing authority is an aviation authority other than the UK CAA, or the state of issue is a state other than the UK, must change their “State of Licence Issue” to the UK. Please see the CAA webpage for full details: How to obtain a UK EASA Licence if you hold a non-UK medical certificate/licence – Changing “State of Licence Issue (SOLI).”

Applicants requiring an EASA Class 1 revalidation or renewal medical and whose previous EASA Class 1 medical certificate was issued by an aviation authority other than the UK CAA, or by an AME acting on behalf of an aviation authority other than the UK CAA should please bring contact details for the aviation authority in question, where known. Their medical documents will need to forwarded to this aviation authority.

All applicants will need to bring their most recent EASA medical certificate to their appointment.

Book your EASA Class 1 medical.

EASA Pilot & Aviation Medical – Class 2 & LAPL

We perform initial, revalidation and renewal EASA Class 2 & LAPL medicals.

If you have not attended our practice before, please bring your passport or photo card driving licence as proof of ID. We will not be able to proceed with the medical without proof of ID.

Please download and complete the application form CAA MED 160 and bring with you to your appointment.

If you wear glasses or contact lenses, please have your optometrist complete a CAA MED 162 if you haven’t submitted one in the last two years or if there has been a change in your prescription since your last medical and bring to your appointment.

Applicants who have had LASIK or other refractive procedures must provide a report from the centre that carried out the surgery. Details should include dates and type of surgery performed, pre-operative refraction and details of any complications. Please see CAA guidance following eye surgery.

Please bring medical reports in respect of any significant current or past medical history.

All applicants for a revalidation or renewal medical will need to bring their most recent EASA medical certificate to their appointment.

Book your EASA Class 2 or LAPL medical.

EASA Medical  – Class 3 (ATCO)

We perform EASA class 3 ATCO revalidation and renewal medicals. These medicals last approximately 1 hour.

If you have not attended our practice before, please bring your passport or photo card driving licence as proof of ID. We will not be able to proceed with the medical without proof of ID.

Please download and complete the application form EU3 Application Form and bring with you to your appointment.

If you wear glasses or contact lenses, please have your optometrist complete the EU3 comprehensive eye examination form if you haven’t submitted one in the last two years or if there has been a change in your prescription since your last medical and bring to your appointment.

Please bring medical reports in respect of any significant current or past medical history.

Book your EASA Class 3 medical for ATCOs.

EASA Cabin Crew Medical

We perform EASA cabin crew assessments for applicants about to commence their Safety & Emergency Procedures training with their airlines.

Our medicals are competitively priced at £75 and last up to 30 minutes.

You will be required to bring proof of ID such as your passport, EU national identity card or UK driving licence.

Please complete the EASA cabin crew medical initial application form if this is your very first medical and bring with you to your appointment.

If you have previously held a cabin crew medical certificate, please complete the renewal application form.

Applicants who wear glasses or contact lenses should bring them along with their most recent prescription to their medical appointment.

It is also important to bring medical reports of any significant current or past medical history to the medical.

Book your EASA cabin crew medical.

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