Can I fly if I am colour blind?

Class 1: The Ishihara test (24 plate version) is considered successful if the first 15 plates, presented in a random order, are identified without error. If not, additional research, such as CAD testing, is required. This test must then be within the standard in order to be judged colour safe.

Class 2: The Ishihara test (24 plate version) is considered successful if the first 15 plates, presented in a random order, are identified without error. If not, additional research, such as CAD testing, is required. This test must then be within the standard in order to be judged colour safe. If not, approval with restriction follows: VCL Valid by day only

LAPL candidates for a night rating must correctly identify 9 of the first 15 plates of the 24-plate edition of Ishihara pseudoisochromatic plates or be colour safe.

Cabin Crew must correctly identify 9 of the first 15 plates of the 24-plate edition of Ishihara pseudoisochromatic plates.

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