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Ops Not Requiring a Med Certificate

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Operations Not Requiring a Medical Certificate

Glider and Free Balloon Pilots are not required to hold a medical certificate of any class. To be issued Glider or Free Balloon Airman Certificates, applicants must certify that they do not know, or have reason to know, of any medical condition that would make them unable to operate a glider or free balloon in a safe manner. This certification is made at the local FAA FSDO.

Sport pilots are required to hold either a valid airman medical certificate or a current and valid U.S. driverís license. When using a current and valid U.S. driverís license to qualify, sport pilots must comply with each restriction and limitation on their U.S. driverís license and any judicial or administrative order applying to the operation of a motor vehicle.

To exercise sport pilot privileges using a current and valid U.S. driverís license as evidence of qualification sport pilots must:
Sport pilots may not use a current and valid U.S. driverís license in lieu of a valid airman medical certificate if they know or have reason to know of any medical condition that would make them unable to operate a light-sport aircraft in a safe manner.

Sport pilot medical provisions are found under 14 CFR ßß 61.3, 61.23, 61.53, and 61.303.

For more information about the sport pilot final rule, see:
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