EASA Class 2 aeromedical examination

If you apply for or are a holder of a private pilot licence (PPL), a sailplane pilot licence (SPL) or a balloon pilot licence (BPL), the pilot shall hold at least a valid class 2 medical certificate.

Meeting safe medical standards

If there are no particularities (medical indications), the aero medical examiner can issue the medical certificate immediately after approval. If you do not fully meet the requirements, the physician (if necessary in consultation with the ILT) must determine whether you can perform the task. The aero medical examiner can then issue the medical certificate with a restriction. You require a medical certificate to be able to fly a recreational airplane or commercial balloon independently.

How to perform an EASA Class 2 examination?

Upon arrival at the reception desk, we will scan your ID/passport, Medical Certificate and License, if in your possession. You then digitally complete the application form relating to your medical history. The medical examiner will examine you physically. If you are or have been known to have a condition, bring documentation from your specialist or general practitioner. If required, the Aero Medical Examiner will discuss with your Licensing Authority whether the documents have sufficiently identified your condition and flight safety is not at risk. If, during the term of your Medical, you need to undergo an interim assessment due to reduced fitness (see the back of your Medical), you will need to schedule an appointment with us. We charge an hourly rate of € 95,- ex VAT. If there are no special circumstances (medical indications), the medical examiner can issue the medical certificate immediately after approval.
Your initial medical examination will take approximately 1,5 hour and the renewal examination about 1 hour. You don’t need to be sober.

Validity certificate class 2

60 months, until the license holder reaches the age of 40. A medical certificate issued prior to the license holder reaching the age of 40 shall cease to be valid after the license holder reaches the age of 42;
24 months, for license holders aged between 40 and 50. A medical certificate issued prior to the license holder reaching the age of 50 shall cease to be valid after the license holder reaches the age of 51;
12 months, for license holders aged above 50.

Revalidation certificate class 2

You can make an appointment up to 45 days before the expiry date of the medical certificate, retaining the date, your revalidation with us.

  • EASA class 2
    150/ ex. vatrenewal examination
  • EASA class 2
    310/ ex. vatinitial examination
More Information Renewal

The examinations:
• urine sample research
• weight and length measurement
• blood pressure measurement
• visual measurement
• Ear Nose Throat examination
• spectacle measurement
• physical examination
Other possible mandatory examinations might be:
• audiometry by IFR
• ECG

More Information Initial

The examinations:
• urine sample research
• weight and length measurement
• blood pressure measurement
• visual measurement
• Ear Nose Throat examination
• spectacle measurement
• physical examination
• colour vision
• refraction measurement by an eye-specialist
• EGC
• Tonometry
• hemoglobine measurement

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