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After the end of the EU Exit transition period, EU licence holders who have previously held UK-issued licences may wish to apply for a UK PART FCL or ATCO Licence and a Medical Certificate to have in addition to their existing EU documents.
This process and guidance for applying for medical certificates should be read in conjunction with the guidance produced relating to licences.
This medical certificate application process, will be made available from 1 April 2021, for applicants who hold a non-UK issued EU licence (and an applicable medical certificate) that was valid on 21 December 2020, who have previously held a UK-issued EU Licence and/or medical certificate which had been transferred-out from the UK to another EASA state before 31 December 2020.
This process will cease after 31 December 2022 and is not applicable to the following scenarios:
Apply for an initial medical certificate of the appropriate class
Please submit an online application form (SRG1217)
You will need to upload the following documents with any application:
The information below shows additional documents that you will need to include.
In all cases please include the following if you have suffered a period of unfitness, or undergone medical examinations or tests for safety assurance purposes:
Additional tests and/or reports to demonstrate compliance with the requirements may be required to assess your fitness.
If your medical certificate is not valid you must renew it with your current state but note from 1 January 2021 the AME needs to be recognised by the UK.
If your medical certificate issued by an EU AME after 1 January 2021 and before 31 December 2022, the AME who performed the medical must have had a valid authorisation from an EASA member state and it not have been revalidated, renewed, suspended or revoked.
Also include copies of the following from your AME(s):
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