Civil Aviation & Flying Medicals

Civil Aviation & Flying Medicals

Newcastle Premier Health already offers a diverse array of Occupational Health services for individuals operating within the aviation industry. With this, it is our pleasure to assist our aviation clients with all activity pertaining to the achievement of the aviation standards.

Description Prices
CAA Class 1/2/3 - (basic only) or (basic & audio) £216.00 (inc. VAT)
CAA Class 1/2/3 - medical + ecg £252.00 (inc. VAT)
CAA Class 1/2/3 - medical + ecg & audio £294.00 (inc. VAT)
CAA Case Management £72.00
Cabin Crew - under 40 years of age (without ecg) Cabin Crew - under 40 years of age (without ecg)
Cabin Crew - 40 years of age or over (with ecg) £190.00
Light Aircraft Pilot Licence (LAPL) 110.00 (inc. VAT)

New Law Requirements For Pilots

Within the next two years, all licensed glider pilots partaking in private or professional flight activity will become subject to a brand new set of requirements concerning their physical condition. From April 2018, all glider club members wishing to remain licensed will require an EASA LAPL medical in order to do so. Up until now, the only prerequisite in place for pilots of this categorisation has been the BGA Medical Requirement.

The new law will invalidate this process (as of March 2018) and bring in its place the LAPL – a new examination which remains valid for a maximum of 5 years for pilots under the age of 40; and 2 years for pilots over the age of 40.

How We Can Help

Two of our senior Doctors are certified Class 1 Aeromedical Examiners (AMEs), already servicing over 300 private and professional pilots throughout the North of England. As such, we’re best placed to assist the regions innumerable flying clubs and their members in achieving the new standard within the required timeframe.

Please call 0191 605 3140 to book Civil Aviation & Flying Medicals.

Complex EASA Guidance

Though any GP can theoretically carry out the examinations required to fulfill the LAPL guidelines, they will first have to register with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). From our experience, this often presents a cause for hesitation – as a result of the complex EASA guidance surrounding the matter.

Given our existing standing within the aviation medical community – we really are best suited to assist with the impending transition. Examinations can be performed on-site as well as in our Newcastle-upon-Tyne Regent Centre facility, and more information is readily available for anyone wishing to get in touch.

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