EASA Cabin Crew medicals
All operating cabin crew must hold a valid cabin crew medical report and Scotland Aeromedical can perform initial and renewal EASA Cabin Crew medical examinations and assessments.
All new cabin crew require an initial EASA medical examination before commencing cabin crew training. Periodic cabin crew medical assessments are required for all cabin crew at intervals of no more than 60 months. Cabin Crew periodic medical assessments carried out up to 45 days prior to the expiry date of the previous medical report will be valid for up to 60 months from that expiry date. Assessments carried out more than 45 days before the expiry date of the previous medical report will be valid for up to 60 months from the date of the medical assessment.
How long will the EASA Cabin Crew medical report be valid for?
The EASA Cabin Crew medical report will usually be valid for 60 months (5 years). However, more frequent medical examinations or assessments may be required in certain circumstances, such as the crew member having a medical condition requiring regular surveillance.
Additional medical examinations or assessments may be necessary if:
a cabin crew member returns to work following a prolonged period of illness.
there is any doubt about the continued fitness of a cabin crew member.
Do cabin crew hold a licence and medical certificate?
No. Cabin crew will have a cabin crew 'attestation', not a licence, and a cabin crew 'medical report', not a medical certificate. However, they are required to have a medical report with a 'fit' assessment before operating as cabin crew and usually before commencing cabin crew training.
What tests will be performed at my EASA Cabin Crew medical?
At the EASA Cabin Crew medical, one of our AMEs will review your medical history and will perform a medical examination to check that everything is functioning correctly. The examination will cover areas such as vision, hearing, lungs, heart, blood pressure, stomach, limbs and nervous system. You will need to provide a urine sample for testing.
What do I need to bring to the EASA Cabin Crew medical appointment?
You will need to bring the following documents with you to your medical appointment:
Signed client consent form – this will be emailed to you with your appointment confirmation.
Photo identification (e.g. passport or driving licence).
Completed but unsigned application form - this will also be emailed to you.
If this is a renewal medical, your last Cabin Crew medical report, even if expired.
Most recent spectacles /contact lenses prescription and spectacles if these are worn.
If you are applying for an initial EASA Cabin Crew medical, please bring along any relevant medical reports with you to your appointment if you have suffered with any significant medical illnesses in the past.
EASA Cabin Crew Medicals
If you planning to become a cabin crew member, you must hold a cabin crew medical attestation.
At Scotland Aeromedical, our AME’s are on hand to ensure that you can receive your valid cabin crew medical report. This certificate is normally valid for 5 years. We have years of experience in performing cabin crew medicals, and each medical can be booked and arranged to suit you best. Get in touch using the form to book your EASA Cabin Crew Medical today.