Fit for flight?

BGA medical requirements utilise CAA medical requirements where applicable, including the CAA Pilot Medical Declaration.

All pilots and in particular those who fly with a passenger or student pilot are reminded of their responsibility not to fly in the event of a decrease in their fitness with respect to an illness, medical condition, medical surgery or treatment including medication that may affect the safe operation of an aircraft. Consultation with a medical practitioner and/or AME may be needed to advise the pilot as to whether the fitness conditions of the CAA Pilot Medical Declaration are met or continue to be met. Older pilots who utilise the PMD are reminded that after the age of 70, a new declaration must be submitted every three years.

BGA medical requirements are published here.