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.

How does the class 2 pilot examination work?

Your examination starts by filling in the application form digitally, describing your medical, psychological and other history. The medical assistant will carry out the required physical examinations in the examination room.
You will then be examined by the Aeromedical Examiner, such as your eyesight, throat, nose and ears, and a number of neurological tests.
The initial medical class 2 examination lasts approximately 2 hours. You do not need to be sober. Provided you have met the requirements, we can issue your certificate on the same day. If you already have known medical problems, please contact us as soon as possible. So that you can be advised what documentation you are bringing with you. If required, the Aeromedical Examiner will contact your Licensing Authority to discuss whether the Medical can be issued.

Validity certificate class 2

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

  • Urine measurement
  • Weight-and height measurement
  • Bloodpressure measurement
  • Visus measurement
  • ENT examination
  • Measurement of the glasses
  • Body examination

Other possible mandatory examinations might be:

  • Audiometry by IFR
  • ECG
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The examinations

  • Urine measurement
  • Hemoglobin measurement
  • Weight-and height measurement
  • Bloodpressure measurement
  • Vision measurement
  • Colour vision
  • Refraction examination by an eye-specialist
  • ENT examination
  • Measurement of the glasses
  • Body examination
  • Audiometry by IFR
  • ECG
  • Tonometry

Aeromedical Examinations

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