We warmly welcome you as a pilot to our practice!
Aviation medical information :
Fees (including GST):
CASA medical $275
FAA medical , uncomplicated, on the spot issuance $396
FAA medical, complex, requiring liaison with the FAA , add $110
Combined CASA and FAA medicals $605
ECG for aviation medical $88
Audiogram for aviation medical $110
Please visit www.casa.gov.au and login to the aviation medicine section as a pilot to initiate your medical and complete the online questionnaire prior to your appointment!
Please provide your ARN ( Aviation Reference Number) when booking a CASA aviation medical, and we can check whether you need an ECG,audiogram or fasting blood test !
Fasting bloods and audiogram are required at your initial medical, at 25 years of age and 5 yearly thereafter, ECG required at initial medical, 25, 30, then 2 yearly until 40 and annually thereafter for class 1 medicals. Same for Class 3 except that ECG’s are only required 2 yearly after age 30.
Class 2 pilots do not require additional tests unless requested specifically by CASA.
FAA MEDICALS :
For FAA medicals please go to MedXpress https://medxpress.faa.gov/medxpress/and obtain a confirmation number ( see YouTube video below!) and let our friendly staff know what this is. Dr Cann requires a confirmation number in order to be able to conduct an FAA medical.
ECG’s are required for class 1 FAA medicals at 35, 40 and annually thereafter. The FAA does not require blood tests or audiograms routinely!
What to bring to your aviation medical?
Photo ID – Driver’s license or passport
Glasses and your spare pair for reading and distance vision if you require them (if you wear contact lenses normally , please bring solution so you can take them out!)
CASA – fast if require blood test
Medical history including pathology, radiology, and specialist reports if relevant