diagnosis or history of hepatitis and the use of alpha interferon is
disqualifying until the condition is resolved and favorable clinical evidence is
provided to the FAA. A detailed evaluation by your treating physician
should be performed in compliance with FAA protocol. This includes
Hepatitis A, B, and C.
must be obtained from the Aeromedical Certification Division of the FAA in
Oklahoma City. In most cases, Aviation Medical Examiners (AME's) will not
approve certification and defer your application to Oklahoma City FAA. The
deferral process usually takes 4-6 months without our
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