Initial EASA Class 1 Medical Certificate
Apply for a medical certificate | EASA Initial Class 1 Certificate can only be issued at the Aeromedical Centre
Medical certificates for PPL, CPL and ATPL holders
If you hold a CPL or an ATPL, your licence will only be valid if you hold a Class 1 EASA medical certificate. You also need a Class1 EASA medical certificate in order to train for a CPL or an ATPL.
Only one EASA medical certificate can be held at any time.
You may undergo a medical certificate evaluation at our Centre even if you hold a licence from any EASA member state.
Apply for an Initial Medical Certificate
The examination will be carried out by our doctors specialising in aviation medicine. If you are aware of any personal or family medical history it would be prudent to mention this at the time of booking your medical and we can then advise whether you will need to bring along additional information/reports to the examination.
If you wear glasses or contact lenses, you must bring your most recent optician's prescription along to the examination.
The Cyprus Aeromedical Centre will be able to help with any additional assessments you may need to make before your appointment.
Before the examination you will need to complete the medical certificate application form. This is a signed declaration containing the following.
Facts about your medical history
Whether you have had a medical examination before, by whom and the result
Whether you have ever been assessed as unfit or had a medical certificate suspended or revoked.
The initial Class 1 Medical Certificate examination is thorough taking up to 5 hours to complete
The examination will include the following:
Psychological assessment and Psychometrics
Eyesight and Ophthalmological exam
ENT exam and Audiogram
Lung function test
Hemoglobin blood test
Lipids blood test
Alcohol and drug screening
For more details regarding the examination, please contact us.
A Medical Certificate may be issued on the same day as the examination, if all the standards are met and all necessary documents are presented.
However, if the required standards are not met, or further investigations are necessary before a decision on medical certification is possible, then issuing of the certificate may take longer.