Class 1 and 2 inspection

Private pilot license (PPL)This concerns inspections for (candidate) pilots, according to the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) standards and under the auspices of the IL&T (Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate, aviation sector). This includes pilots who do not fly professionally, with PPL pilot licenses rating SEP, TMG, MLA.

 

Candidate pilots

It is advisable that you undergo an initial flight inspection before you begin the flight training. This saves you frustration and money, should it appear that you have medical conditions on which you could possibly be rejected.

pay attentionBefore your examination, you must first have your eye exam with us optometrist to have undergone and to take the investigation report with any glasses or contact lenses that are used. If you have not done this or if you have forgotten your report, the inspection will not be able to proceed and you must make a new appointment.

 

Validity period of a class 2 test for PPL

  • Under 40 years: 60 months = 5 years of validity
  • From 40 to 50 years: 24 months = 2 years of validity (you cannot be older than 42 years for the inspection after your 40th year)
  • From 50 years: 12 months = 1 year validity

 

You can extend your certificate up to 45 days before the expiration of your medical certificate.


The inspection includes:

  • Extensive questionnaire about health, complaints, medical history, procedures and medication use
  • Extensive physical examination
  • Hb measurement: the hemoglobin level is measured via a finger prick
  • Cholesterol is pricked at every initial test and at two or more cardiovascular disease risks & #8217; s
  • Urine examination
  • Eye measurements (at the medical examiner or in advance at the optometrist if there are eye or vision abnormalities)
  • Hearing test (audiometry) on indication, such as for instrument ratings
  • Additional testing, such as: ECG, at the initial inspection and from the age of 50 with every reinspection. Indication may require a lung function, hearing tests or middle ear pressure tests.

What should you take with you during the inspection?

Identification

You must have one passport or identity card take. A driver's license is not accepted as identification.

Proof of membership or contribution bill flight school

If you want to be eligible for the membership discount of flying clubs or flying schools, you must provide proof of this such as a membership card or contribution bill. If you do not have this with you, no discount can be deducted during the inspection.

Urine

You must be able to pee before the examination. Our assistant will provide you with a urine container when you report to the counter, in which you must collect urine. There is a MIVA toilet. So ensure a full bladder at the inspection. Just as with doping, we want to avoid fraud as much as possible. This applies to every inspection, so PPL, LAPL, initial or re-inspection.

Glasses and spare glasses

Glasses and spare glasses + prescription showing the strength of the glasses.

Contact lenses setContact lenses, contact lens fluid and contact lens holder

Ophthalmic examination report optometrist

You must undergo an optometric examination for initial tests and other tests on indication. Please bring the report. This should be an optometrist affiliated with this practice, as he is aware of flight medical examinations.

Medical statement

You must take your current medical statement with you

A fly freak

You must bring your pilot's license (if applicable)

Medication list

You must bring an up-to-date medication list from your pharmacy or doctor. It helps if you take the actual medicine boxes with you. If you regularly use medication without a doctor's prescription, you are also requested to take it with you.

Correspondence specialists / doctor 

You must bring your specialists and / or doctor's letter. Specialists report on the progress of a specialist visit via correspondence to the general practitioner, which you can request from a specialist or general practitioner.

Bear in mind that a complete medical examination will take place where you will be able to undress into your underwear.

LAPL inspection

This concerns inspections for Light Aircraft Pilot License (LAPL), glider pilots and balloonists, non-professional. Here too, extensive inspections according to EASA standards are necessary, but the guidelines are on some points, decisions a bit lighter in nature than with PPL inspections. The repeat frequency is also a bit different. From 1 July 2015, drone pilots must also undergo a LAPL flight medical examination.
Validity period of an LAPL test

 

  • Under 40 years: 60 months = 5 years of validity
  • From 40 years: 24 months = 2 years validity (you may not be older than 42 years for the inspection after your 40th year)
You can extend your certificate up to 45 days before the expiration of your medical certificate.

 

 

 


The inspection includes:

 

 

 

  • Extensive questionnaire about health, complaints, medical history, procedures and medication use
  • Extensive physical examination
  • Urine examination
  • Hb measurement: the hemoglobin level is measured via a finger prick
  • Eye measurements (at the medical examiner or in advance at the optometrist if there are eye or vision abnormalities)
  • Hearing test
  • Additional examination as indicated, such as: ECG, lung function, hearing test, middle ear pressure test, blood test)

 

If the AME has all the relevant information, it can approve the approval, reject it or refer it to an aero-medical specialist for additional specialist judgments.

 

What should you take with you during the inspection?

Identification

You must bring a passport or identity card. A driver's license is not accepted as identification.

Urine

You must be able to pee before the examination. Our assistant will provide you with a urine container when you report to the counter, in which you must collect urine. There is a MIVA toilet. So ensure a full bladder at the inspection. Just as with doping, we want to avoid fraud as much as possible. This applies to every inspection, so PPL, LAPL, initial or re-inspection.

Glasses and spare glasses

Glasses and spare glasses + prescription showing the strength of the glasses.

Contact lenses setContact lenses, contact lens fluid and contact lens holder

 

 

 

Ophthalmic examination report optometrist

You must undergo an optometric examination on indication. Please bring the report. This should be an optometrist affiliated with this practice, as he is aware of flight medical examinations.

Medical statement

You must take your current medical statement with you

A fly freak

You must bring your pilot's license (if applicable)

Medication list

You must bring an up-to-date medication list from your pharmacy or doctor. It helps if you take the actual medicine boxes with you. If you regularly use medication without a doctor's prescription, you are also requested to take it with you.

Correspondence specialists / doctor 

You must bring your specialists and / or doctor's letter. Specialists report on the progress of a specialist visit via correspondence to the general practitioner, which you can request from a specialist or general practitioner.

Bear in mind that a complete medical examination will take place where you will be able to undress into your underwear.

 

Request inspection

An inspection can be requested here. Inspections take approximately one hour. The preferred date can also be indicated under the desired date. If other times are possible in the same week, this can also be indicated. Only after confirmation is the inspection final.

Register inspection
Desired time *

For registration you also need a Application Form (Enlish) completely filled in to mail to info@doctoronboard.nl and to take the original to the inspection.
Also read these instructions carefully.

Contact

MRM van Philips
Health center Marne
Marne 130
1186 PJ Amstelveen

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