Welcome to the Aeromedical Committee page. The objective of our Committee is to assist our fellow pilots with maintaining, or when necessary, re-obtaining FAA Medical Certification. Committee Members are available to answer questions, and direct pilots toward assistance that will be both timely and effective. Additionally, the Committee works to disseminate pertinent, medically related information to the pilot group (i.e. areas with increased risk of disease, flu season patterns, etc.).
On Aug. 1st, 2020, the IBT Local 2750 entered into a partnership with Aviation Medical Advisory Service (AMAS) to provide our pilot group with FAA Medical Certification assistance. The AMAS Aeromedical Service Team consists of aerospace physicians, nurse case managers, and administrative support professionals. The Aeromedical Committee works closely with these professionals to ensure our pilots receive the assistance they require. You can view further information at the AMAS – IBT Local 2750 website .
The Aeromedical Committee has been in contact today with our AME from Harvey Watt & Co., and the FAA’s Southern Regional Flight Surgeon. We have confirmed that, at the present time, the waiver of Enforcement Action for Expired Medicals (issued 26 Mar. 2020) DOES NOT apply to any action taken by a foreign aviation authority. […]
COVID-19 and FAA Medical Exams All, There has been some misinformation circulating concerning FAA Medical Exams for pilots who have traveled internationally, within 14 days prior to the exam. The Aeromedical Committee has received word from the FAA that this IS NOT accurate. Below is the FAA Bulletin sent to all FAA AMEs within the […]