UK Class 1 medicals

You can revalidate your UK Class 1 medical from 45 days prior to the expiry of your certificate.

Important
Applicants for a UK certificate MUST register with the new CAA online portal called CELLMA at least 10 DAYS before their medical, and complete the application form online. The online application form replaces the old paper-based form.

Class 2 Aviation Medicals

UK Class 2 & LAPL medicals

We perform initial, revalidation and renewal UK Class 2 & LAPL medicals. If you have not attended our practice before, please bring proof of identification. We will not be able to proceed with the medical without proof of ID.

Have your medical at our location 3 minutes drive from Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Our medicals are easy to book and are undertaken in a relaxed, friendly environment.

Class 3/ATCO medicals

You can revalidate your UK Class 3 medical from 45 days prior to the expiry of your certificate.

Applicants for a UK certificate MUST register with the new CAA online portal called CELLMA at least 10 DAYS before their medical, and complete the application form online. The online application form replaces the old paper-based form.

UK Class 1,2,3 LAPL Medicals

Have your aviation medicals at our location just 3 minutes drive from Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Our UK Class 1, 2 ,3 & LAPL Medicals are easy to book and undertaken in a relaxed, friendly environment.

Driver medicals do not have to be complicated. We offer same day, evening and weekend appointments for HGV, taxi and forklift driver medicals at convenient times for you. Visit our dedicated clinic close to Liverpool John Lennon Airport for a professional service at a time that suits you.

What to bring with you?

• Photo ID is compulsory. We cannot complete the medical without it.
• Your previous medical certificate.
• If you wear glasses and contact lenses, bring them along. If you wear contacts, you must be prepared to remove them, so bring your glasses as well.
• If you wear glasses or contact lenses bring a completed eye examination form completed by an optometrist if you have not submitted one in the previous 2 years. Use UK CAA MED162 Eye Examination Form
• Recent glasses/contact lens prescription if applicable.
• Medical reports relating to any significant current or past medical history.

Do I need any other tests?

The UK CAA require all Class 1 pilots to have a finger prick test every year to rule out anaemia. Some Pilots/ATCOS may also be required to use the same test to check their cholesterol levels.

For Class 1 Pilots an audiogram (hearing test) is required every 5 years below the age of 40 years. This is then required every 2 years above the age of 40 years.
An ECG maybe required depending on your age and medical history. This test does involve placing sticky pads on the chest. Ladies area advised to wear a non-wired bra/sports bra and anyone with a lot of hair may be required to shave the patches where the pads attach.

Sometimes your ECG may need to be sent to a local Cardiologist for an opinion at an extra cost.

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