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After initial certification by FAA staff doctors, subsequent renewals qualify for AME Assisted Special Issuance (AASI), a process that provides examiners the ability to issue an airman medical certificate to an applicant who has a medical condition that is disqualifying under 14 CFR Part 67.
The authorization letter received from FAA, granted in accordance with part 67 ( 14 CFR Part 67.401), is accompanied by attachments that specify what information the treating physician(s) must provide for the renewal issuance.
Examiners may issue renewal of an airman medical certificate if the applicant provides the following:
The AME should defer approval to the Regional Flight Surgeon or Aerospace Medical Certification division if:
Helps you find the contact information for submitting your medical records.
Updated October 27, 2009
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