The 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.

Authorization 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 service.

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We have helped thousand of pilots with this process.  We work directly with your physicians, support entities and the FAA to assure compliance with FAA medical protocols and to resolve complex aeromedical certification issues quickly.

Contact us at 800-699-4457 or via E-Mailto confidentially discuss the details of
your case and to establish your eligibility for FAA medical certification.

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