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Becoming a pilot not only requires you to understand the basics of flying a commercial or private plane, but also being medically fit to do the job. There are special medical requirements for pilots in regards to health and eyesight. FAA Physicals will ensure safety for yourself and your passengers.
A medical certificate is acceptable evidence of physical fitness on a form prescribed by a medical examiner. The goal of this airman medical certificate is to protect both the pilot and travelers in the air. Those that meet FAA medical requirements based on an exam will receive a certificate and an evaluation of their medical history. Pilots are required to hold this certificate at all times when exercising the privilege to fly.
Before flying alone in an airplane, airship or helicopter, you will need to pass an FAA medical exam and carry a certificate. We suggest doing this before your flight training to ensure safety. This will allow you to prepare yourself for training and bring awareness to any medical conditions that could prevent you from becoming a pilot before paying for lessons.
At Fox Medical Centers, we’re able to examine all future and current class I, class II, and class III pilots to ensure their safety fo fly and fitness to medical standards required by the FAA.
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