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NPPL Medical Forms and Information for Pilots
 

The Civil Aviation Authority requires pilots to certify their fitness to fly. The NPPL medical certification is a declaration made by the pilot to confirm that they meet the published requirements.

The declaration of fitness is made on a form through the CAA web site. You can follow the link below for more information.

Information link

If a pilot is unable to meet the medical requirements demanded by the declaration the alternative is to undertake a medical examination with a CAA Authorised Medical Examiner (AME) and obtain an EASA LAPL Medical Certificate, or an EASA Class 1 or 2 Medical Certificate.


 
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