In response, the FAA will not enforce airman medical certificates which expire between the dates of March 31, and June 30, The period of non-enforcement will be in place thru June 30, The specific language for this enforcement policy was published in the Federal Register and will be available online. If you are able, we continue to encourage airmen to accomplish their regularly required airman medical certificate exam with an FAA AME.
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FAA medical certification applications are always at the forefront of discussions concerning pilot arrests and actions by the FAA against pilots and air traffic controllers. Due to recent arrests and career terminations, many pilots and controllers have come forward to gain amnesty for previously unreported conditions. Failure to report medical conditions on FAA medical applications has raised concerns for pilots, controllers, the Veterans Administration and others.
This is a precarious process for which pilots, controllers, employers and unions seek guidance. Pilot Medical Solutions provides guidelines to preserve FAA medical certification and encourage safe disclosure of information.
The goal is to determine initial and future medical qualification for duty. When there is a need to correct information provided or omitted during a previous FAA medical applications it is essential that the actions are taken will assure safety and provide the greatest possible protection from adverse FAA action.
Pilot Medical Solutions is in constant communication with the FAA to assure career jeopardizing choices are clearly understood by pilots and air traffic controllers. Conditions reported to the FAA often require additional evaluation and extensive documentation prior to medical certification.
FAA Medical Forms and Guidelines