October 14, 2013
Going back to that Statistical Manual published by the Civil Aerospace Medical Institute in January 2013, I pulled the top five medical diagnoses and will give you those and let you know what you need to do to gain medical certification should you have one of these conditions.
Special Issuance Medical,
Pilot Health and Medical
Find out some of the basics of the process of how the FAA does medical certification.
Pilots impacted by the FAA’s proposed new obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) policy can expect to pay some $2,000 to more than $5,000 for testing and, if needed, equipment for treatment, according to an AOPA investigation.
AOPA insists the FAA withdraw its costly new sleep apnea policy, saying it bypasses the rulemaking process, overlooks better solutions, and provides no safety benefits.
AOPA thanks our members for their continued support in protecting the freedom to fly.