CAA exemption – EASA aeroplane pilot medicals

The CAA has issued an exemption in respect of the requirement for holders of Part-FCL Private Pilot Licences (aeroplanes) and Light Aircraft Pilot Licences (aeroplanes) to hold an EASA Part-MED medical certificate when operating certain EASA aeroplanes. The exemption is subject to conditions, including;

  • The licence must have been issued by the CAA before 8 April 18
  • Licence holders must have previously made a medical declaration in accordance with Article 163(3) of the Air Navigation Order which remains valid and has not been withdrawn
  • Licence holders must only operate flights within the limits described in the exemption

The exemption can be viewed here.

Information about the UK CAA medical declaration and a link can be found here.