AME Cabin Crew Medicals for Airlines like Ryanair, Jet2.com, Virgin Atlantic, Tui, are done 6 days a week with late nights at our fully equipped clinics
The medical certificate can ONLY be attained from specially licensed doctors known as ‘Aeromedical Examiners’ from the age of 18 and is normally valid for 5 years up to the age of 50. A new certificate is then required.
To get a cabin crew medical certificate issued by an experienced aeromedical examiner at fit2fly™ Please complete this form before your appointment. On completing the form, if it suggests bringing in additional reports please ensure you have these BEFORE the medical so that the aeromedical doctor can issue your certificate as soon as possible. Failure to bring in all reports typically leads to delays and additional costs. We also suggest you bring in a copy of your patient summary record from your GP.
If you are unsure about a question then contact us so we can assist you.
If you wear contact lens or glasses then please also bring an up to date eye check from your opticians.
Book your appoint through our call centre 0333 404 3232.
Cabin Crew Medical Cost
Payment is accepted by Debit / Credit Cards *(Except AMEX) or Cash.
Most licenses will be unrestricted however limitations may be applied to certificates if glasses or contact lenses need to be used -such as CVL (requirement for visual correction), or if hearing aids are required -HAL (requirement to use hearing aids) to achieve the required standards.
Here is a link to the UK Cabin Crew standards
The entire medical process can normally be completed within 1 hour.
At the renewal assessments under 50 years old a clinical examination is usually only required if there has been a change in health or if the previously declared medical history is not available.
Cabin Crew must also seek the advice of an AME (Aeromedical Examiner) when they become aware of any decrease in their medical fitness which may affect their ability to do their job
The UK CAA have produced a UK Alternative Means of Compliance with respect to the EASA Cabin Crew regulations in which, unless clinically indicated, a heart tracing (ECG) and an Audiogram are not required.
Colour Vision testing for Cabin Crew
A cabin crew’s role is not colour critical however colour vision testsing is still required under EASA rules. Those failing the colour vision testing therefore will be asked to do a trade test which is normally the SEP (Safety Equipment and Procedures) training. Once successfully completed unrestricted licenses will be issued.
If you have any queries regarding your level of fitness send us a message through the contact page.