The General Aviation Pilots Flying Resource

FAA BasicMed Requirements

Here is a link to the  FAA Advisory_Circular/AC_68-1.pdf  that contains:

The SUMMARY OF BASICMED REQUIREMENTS and COMPREHENSIVE MEDICAL EXAMINATION CHECKLIST (Draft)

As of today, I do not see any final checklist that is downloadable.

What Do I Need to Fly Under BasicMed? 1. Hold a U.S. driver’s license. 2. Hold or have held a medical certificate issued by the FAA at any point after July 15, 2006. 3. Answer the health questions on the Comprehensive Medical Examination Checklist (CMEC). 4. Get your physical examination by any state-licensed physician, and have that physician complete the CMEC (be sure to keep the CMEC). 5. Take the online medical education course and complete the attestations/consent to the National Driver Register (NDR) check. Keep the course completion document.

Questions are pretty much the same as the old 3rd Class Med Form…

 
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