Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:14 am #1570898
LAPAL Medical, so lot of fuss, medical £45 year, fly basically anything and in Europe. Not being a regular at the GP's perhaps a good thing to get checked to see if one is still living.
Flyin'Dutch' wrote:There is a list of 20 odd conditions which would preclude and initial issue of a LAPL Medical by a GP.
You can find the list here:
https://publicapps.caa.co.uk/docs/33/CA ... %20GPs.pdf
Please note: if the applicant has previously held a CAA medical certifcate and informs you that they have been made ‘unft’ at any time, you must refer the applicant to an AME.
Got too frustrated to retype it all again, and frankly too naffed off with the ongoing 'greedy AME' comments, who according to some hinder 'progress' towards less onerous standards.