This part, related to the minimum periodic requirements, has to be attached to the issued medical certificate.

Medical Certificate – Minimum periodic requirements

Licenza/Licence Classe 1 – CPL, ATPL Classe 2 – PPL LAPL
Initial examination Aeromedical Center (AeMC) Aeromedical Center (AeMC) or Aeromedical Examiner (AME) Aeromedical Center (AeMC) or Aeromedical Examiner (AME)
Max. medical certificate validity (45 days for reexam) under 60 : 12 months
40 – 59 comm. single-pilot with pax*: 6 months
60 plus : 6 months
under 40 : 5 years
40-49 : 2 years
50 plus : 12 months
under 40 : 5 years
40 plus : 2 years
Haemoglobin every examination if indicatedif indicated
Electrocardiogram initial, then
under 30: 5 yearly
30–39 : 2yearly
40 – 49 : annually
50 and over: all revalidation/renewal
at the first examination
after age 40 and then every 2 years after age 50
if indicated
Audiogram initial, then
under 40 : 5 yearly
40 plus : 2 yearly
initial instrument rating
under 40 : 5 yearly
40 plus : 2 yearly  
if indicated
Extended otorhinolaryngology initial if indicated if indicated
Extended ophthalmology initial, then according to EASA Part-MED if indicated if indicated
Lipid profile, including cholesterol initial, then at age 40 if indicated if indicated
Pulmonary fuction (test) initial, then if indicated if indicated if indicated
Urin analysis every examination   every examination every examination

The complete requirements are listed in EASA Part-MED.
Note: Any test may be required at any time if clinically indicated.

The periodicity of the examinations agrees with the EASA regulations. Sub-examinations may be

anticipated in order to coincide with the periodical examination. * : Single-pilot commercial air transport operation carrying passengers.