ORS4 No.1193: Requirement to Inform an Aero Medical Examiner of Illness or Injury

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Reference:ORS4 No.1193
Title:Requirement to Inform an Aero Medical Examiner of Illness or Injury
Description:During the drafting of the Air Navigation Order 2016 the requirement for holders of medical certificates to inform an Aero Medical Examiner (AME) of unfitness to fly (in the circumstances set out in Article 166) was additionally applied to those flying in accordance with a medical declaration under Article 163. This was not intentional. This exemption alleviates from this requirement.
Status:Superseded on 29 September 2017
Review Comment:Superseded by ORS4 No.1243
Date:25 August 2016
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