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 Paroxysmal AF and Class 2 medical

Licensing, EASA, CAA, and the ANO - FLYER Forums - forums.flyer.co.uk
Sun Jul 16, 2017 7:57 pm

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Hi, quick question for Flying dutch ( if you don't mind).

You advised me on this subject before, enabling me to get my Class 2 medical back - Bruce protocol test etc etc- and also writing a letter to my GP allowing me to get my NPPL as an addition to my EASA ppl A. Thank you again.

However the situation has altered in the expected direction.

A routine ECG has spotted my AF was back, it may now be ' asymptomatic' AF I.e full time ,instead of intermittant.

I then went to a private cardiologist for an ECG and that's what he said.

I'm 60, clotting score zero, fit and well.

His opinion is that I might need Warfarin or it's replacement at 65, but that it's not a problem now.

My Class 2 medical is in a couple of months, I imagine if the AF is happening that day then I fail.

Long story short- I can fly on my NPPL if that happens but only in the UK, I want to occasionally fly abroad in my permit aircraft.

Is a LAPPL medical/ license a possible route to acheiving that in these circumstances?

Thanks in advance.
Date: Jul 17, 2017   


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