Features

May 2007 Issue

Fit For Flight?

There are good reasons pilots must comply with at least some rudimentary medical standards.

Establishing someone’s basic medical fitness for flight has long been a prerequisite for pilot certification. Before even going far beyond initial lessons, primary students should have obtained at least a Class III FAA medical certificate, which is a requirement before their first solo.

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