Tag Archives: Medical Certification

The Medical Certification Process

by Dr. Bill Blank, M.D. Published in Midwest Flyer – Dec 2016/Jan 2017 In the last issue, I talked about how some pilots who will soon be permitted to fly without an FAA-issued medical certificate, while the majority of pilots … Continue reading

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One Disqualifying Condition Is All It Takes To Be Denied A Medical Certificate

by Greg Reigel © July, 2014 All rights reserved. When you are dealing with a medical certification issue, it is important to “pick your battles carefully” based upon the facts and proper procedure. This situation was highlighted in a National … Continue reading

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Gotcha! (Round 2)

by Dr. John Beasley, M.D. A couple of issues ago, I wrote about some of the things that get pilots in trouble with the medical certification system. The dreaded “Gotchas.” I pointed out that really (really!) those folks in OK City … Continue reading

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Sudden Death

by Dr. John Beasley, MD Professor Emeritus and Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine University of Wisconsin – Madison June 18, 2009: “A Continental Airlines Boeing 777 with 247 passengers traveling from Brussels landed safely in New Jersey on Thursday … Continue reading

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