FAA Medical Information

In order to fly an airplane, the pilot in command must generally be medically fit to fly the airplane. Depending on the type of pilot's certificate and the privileges of the certificate you're flying under, different types of medical certification is required.

For a Sport Pilot certificate, in general all a pilot requires is a valid and current US driver's license. Please see the Sport Pilot Medical Information link for detailed answers. The Cessna C-162 Skycatchers that Leighnor Aircraft rents are light sport aircraft and can be flown with a Sport Pilot's certificate as a minimum requirement.

For a Private Pilot certificate, the minimum requirement is a 3rd. class medical certificate issued by an FAA designated Aviation Medical Examiner or you may fly under the new BasicMed rule.

Sport Pilot Medical Information

Visit the Federal Aviation Administration's page on Sport Pilot Medical Certification.

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BasicMed Rule Information

Visit the Federal Aviation Administration's page on the BasicMed rule.

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FAA MEDXPRESS

To apply for a FAA Medical Certificate, you can do so online.

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AOPA BasicMed Course

AOPA is one of two course providers for BasicMed certification. 

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Dr Deborah Dykema

Aviation Medical Examiner

Dr. Dykema will be in town on Fridays for 1st, 2nd and 3rd class Medicals

2001 Excellence Way, Suite 100
Innate Wellness Center
Prescott, AZ 86301

602-978-1505

https://www.drdykema.com/prescott.php
contact@drdykema.com

Mayo Clinic BasicMed Course

Mayo Clinic is one of two course providers for BasicMed certification. 

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