FAQs2018-09-16T13:27:29+00:00

YOU HAVE QUESTIONS. WE HAVE ANSWERS.

We know you have questions, and for the most part, we have the answers. Our most commonly asked questions are listed below. Of course, if your question isn’t among these, you can always contact us and we will be glad to answer your questions.

A: Call the office between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or schedule online.

A: You can provide the required documentation to our office and we will submit your package to the FAA.
A: We do participate in this program if you bring your form in on your next physical exam, we will gladly fill in the proper information and then fax the form to Delta for you.
A: You can provide the requested information that is requested in the FAA letter.
A: An office visit is not necessary. We assist airman all over the country through email and faxed medical documentation.
A: Unfortunately, there is no certain time line on a response, but our office will call frequently to the FAA to see if we can “speed up the process”.
A: You are more than welcome to contact our office with any questions or concerns during normal business hours. Please allow our office 24 hours to respond to your request before additional contact. Our pilots are at the top of our list and we work through everyones case as quickly as possible.
A: A baseline ECG is required at age 35. At age 40, you will be required to obtain an ECG once a year or every 6 (six) months if you fly international. At the age of 60, you will be requires to obtain an ECG every 6 months.
A: 1st Class-airline transport pilot, 2nd Class-Commercial Pilot, Flight Engineer, Flight Navigator or Air Traffic Controller, Tower Operator but not including FAA employee air traffic control specialists.
A: Your current medical certificate will expire on the last day of the expiration month.
  • Angina pectoris
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Cardiac valve replacement
  • Diabetes mellitus with medication
  • Disturbance in consciousness without satisfactory medical explanation of cause
  • Epilepsy
  • Heart replacement
  • Myocardial infarction
  • Pacemaker
  • Personality disorder
  • Psychosis
  • Substance abuse and dependence
  • Transient loss if control of nervous system function(s) without medical explanation of cause