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Antidepressants

People take antidepressants for many reasons, however, please read the FAA's policy regarding pilots taking antidepressants by clicking the link below:                       

Already have a Special Issuance letter from the FAA?

Some special issuance letters allow me to issue your medical certificate in my office (AME-Assisted Special Issuance), if you have all the required documents with you.


Think you might need a special issuance?

A special issuance often requires additional attention.  You may wish to schedule two blocks of time (40 minutes) on the scheduling website.  An additional fee may apply. 


For further information go to :



Special Issuance

Questions

FURTHER QUESTIONS?


                       

Diabetes

Most pilots with diabetes can continue to fly.  Click the link below:


                      

Coronary Artery Disease

Had a heart attack, and/or stent placement? Click the link below:

 


  

Vision

If you need glasses to fly, BRING THEM!

FAA vision requirements are:

Distant vision: 20/20 in each eye separately.

Near vision: 20/40 in each eye separately.

Normal color vision and visual fields.




                       

Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)

Diagnosed with hypertension? 

On medication?

Click the link below: