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New Medical Validity Periods


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As published in the latest Canada Gazette (http://canadagazette.gc.ca/rp-pr/p2/2014/2014-02-12/html/sor-dors15-eng.php):

15. Subsection 404.04(6) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

(6.1) The validity period of a medical certificate for a commercial pilot licence, a multi-crew pilot licence — aeroplane and an airline transport pilot licence, if the holder of the licence is acting as a flight crew member for hire or reward, is 12 months.

(6.2) However, the validity period of a medical certificate referred to in subsection (6.1) is reduced to 6 months if

  • (a) the holder of the licence is 40 years of age or older and is conducting a single-pilot operation with passengers on board; or
  • (b) the holder of the licence is 60 years of age or older.
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