Aviation Cardiology Services

Prior to your Medical


ALL UK CAA applicants must register with the new CAA Customer Portal  and once they have been registered input their medical application to the Cellma system. This replaces the "Med 160" form that was previously used. The applicant will also have to pay the CAA medical fee (there is no fee for LAPL applicants).


The link to the CAA portal to register (which can take up to 10 days to process) is:


https://www.caa.co.uk/Our-work/About-us/Doing-business-with-the-CAA/Customer-portal/


PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO THE ADMIN TIME IF INPUTTING DATA AFTER A MEDICAL THERE WILL BE AN ADDITIONAL ADMIN CHARGE OF £10 WHEN AN APPLICANT ATTENDS A MEDICAL AND THEY HAVE NOT COMPLETED THEIR MEDICAL APPLICATION ON CELLMA.


All EASA applicants will need to complete a paper application form (see below for a link).



What to bring to your medical


Please bring the following to your medical:


  • Photo ID (passport of Driving Licence)
  • Glasses and contact lenses if worn (please be ready to remove contact lenses)
  • For inital class 2 and LAPL a completed opthalmology examination report (Med 162) from your optometrist. For all others applicants who wear glasses, and up to date prescription once every two years
  • Last medical certificate
  • Any documentation regaurding ongoing medical conditions
  • List of any medication taken (including "over the counter")





What to form to complete for EASA Medicals



All EASA applications will use paperwork from the Malta Civil Aviation Directorate


Matla Application Form - for all EASA class 1,2 and LAPL


Malta Application Form - for all EASA class 3


Malta Application Form - for initial EASA cabin crew