Re: Sport pilot medical



More details please. I am not familiar with the
ferry request. Do I need to provide the
identification of the aircraft I am supposed to be
ferrying? Do I need the start and endpoint airport
identifiers? Do I actually need to own the plane I
am requesting the ferry medical for?



--- Original Message ---
From: "Leon - C" <leon@...>
To: <Q-LIST@...>, "Mark McAtee"
Subject: [Q-LIST] Sport pilot medical

Ran across this on another list and thought I'd pass
it along - even though
it isnt' really relevant to Q pilots. It may be no
mor than "urban legand"
but might be worth checking into for those that
might be in need.

Last year the FAA presented details of the medical
rules at the
Illinois Safety Seminar in Springfield.

Here is a key item. If your last medical was not
cancelled, you can
then use your drivers license. And is here the way
around your last
cancellation per the FAA. Request a single flight
medical for a ferry
flight of a short distance. Almost always granted.
Now your last
medical is not a failure. You dont need to actually
make the flight,
just have permission.

Your request of course would be for a single flight,
VFR, no
passengers, etc so there is no danger to anyone.

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