In March 2021 the CAA brought in the Cellma medical records system for pilots with UK-issued licences. Pilots who require a UK CAA medical must register on the CAA portal, fill out their application form online and pay the CAA submission fee (no fee for LAPL) that we previously collected on behalf of the CAA. This process can take a few days, therefore we advise pilots to attend to this in good time. Please see the CAA website and the following useful documents:
If you hold a PPL and your UK Class 2 medical certificate has a later LAPL expiry date then you may fly with LAPL privileges until that date, there is no need to advise the CAA. Please note that LAPL privileges exclude the use of any Instrument Rating. Self-declaration of medical fitness has been extended to pilots holding some UK licences. Please check the CAA publication list for full details. The CAA self-declaration form must be completed online via Cellma.
Dr Emma Ramsay has gained approval to perform medical examinations for pilots holding EU-issued licences (EASA medicals) under Transport Malta. We are not taking bookings for EASA medicals from 22nd January 2024, as Transport Malta are undertaking a revalidation process of their AMEs which is likely to take several months. We are hoping to be able to offer EASA medicals again in the near future. For these medicals please complete the following forms prior to your appointment and bring them along with your current medical certificate and EU licence:
Check with your employer if you require an EU or a UK medical.
For EU cabin crew medicals complete this application form and the mental health questionnaire.
For UK cabin crew medicals complete this application form. Please bring the printed forms with you to your appointment.
Complete a MedXpress form and bring the confirmation number with you to your appointment.
Please contact us us if you have any questions regarding the above.Last updated: 13th Jan 2024
Gloster Aviation Medicals offers UK CAA, EASA and FAA medicals (apart from initial EASA/UK CAA Class 1s) for pilots, air traffic controllers and cabin crew. We are conveniently located near Gloucestershire Airport, 2 miles from J11 of the M5. The medical team comprises of Dr Ian Ramsay and Dr Emma Ramsay, assisted by Mrs Elizabeth Ramsay and Vanessa.
Dr Ian Ramsay is qualified to perform UK CAA medicals and Dr Emma Ramsay is qualified to perform UK CAA and EASA medicals. In addition Ian and Emma can undertake all classes of FAA medical (including First Class initials) which can be completed at the same time as an UK CAA/EASA medical examination. In addition to regular aviation medical services, Ian and Emma offer support and consultation on all medical aspects that may have an impact on your flying licence.
A chaperone will be present for all female applicants undergoing an examination with Ian and will be available for male applicants upon request. A chaperone is available on request for all applicants undergoing an examination with Emma.