Aeromedical Center

AEROMEDICAL CENTER

Unique in Austria – at the Wiener Privatklinik all aeromedical examinations are performed in one center.

All information about aeromedical examinations

Wiener Privatklinik, the oldest aeromedical center of Austria, provides all aeromedical examinations in one center.

According to EASA Part-FCL, the Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology has authorised the Aeromedical Center of the Wiener Privatklinik to perform aeromedical examinations for initial examinations and extension examinations for Medical Class I, Class II, Class III and Cabin Crew.

Pilots with an ATPL (airline transport pilot licence) or a CPL  (commercial pilot licence) have to perform the initial examinations in an aeromedical center. At Wiener Privatklinik, these examinations can be completed in very short time – normally within one morning.

Wiener Privatklinik is operating the aeromedical center in cooperation with the Austrian Aeroclub.

Pilots who are members of the Austrian Aeroclub receive several benefits.

Necessary documents for the application of issuing an aeromedical certificate.

 The following examinations are necessary for the issuing of an aeromedical certificate:

  • Ophthalmologic examination
  • ENT-examination
  • Pulmonary function test (PFT)
  • Small laboratory (lipid status, blood count, …)
  • Blood pressure
  • Urine
  • EEG and lung x-ray, if required

You can bring an already existing lung x-ray result with you, if it’s not older than 6 month.

Validity:

The initial examination of an aeromedical certificate is performed by the AMC (Aeromedical Center). All following examinations are performed by either the AMC or the AME Class I or II.

Age 

Licence

Class

Validity 

up to 40 years

ATC

class 3

5 years

from 40 years

ATC

class 3

2 years

up to 40 years

PPL

class 2

5 years

up to 50 years

PPL

class 2

2 year

from 50 years

PPL

class 2

1 year

up to 60 years

CPL / ATPL

class 1

1 year

from 60 years

CPL / ATPL

class 1

6 months

   Cabin Crew  

5 years

                                   
Time Expenditure:
 
Please plan a whole day for your examination.

Costs:

Initial examination Medical Class I  € 440,00
Initial examination Medical Class I for non austrian citizens € 500,00
Initial examination Medical Class I Aeroclub € 400,00
additional ENT-examination € 150,00
additional Ophthalmologic examination (eyes) € 165,00
 Ophthalmologic examination (eyes) after laser surgery - 2nd examination necessary   € 200,00
   
Extension Medical Class I € 250,00
Extension Medical Class I for non austrian citizens € 290,00
Extension Medical Class I Aeroclub + AOPA € 210,00
   
Initial examination Medical Class II + CC + LAPL € 275,00
Initial examination Medical Class II + CC + LAPL for non austrian citizens € 330,00
Initial examination Medical Class II + CC + LAPL Aeroclub + AOPA € 195,00
   
Extension Medical Class II + CC € 180,00
Extension Medical Class II + CC for non austrian citizens € 240,00
Extension Medical Class II + CC Aeroclub + AOPA € 150,00
   
Class III € 440,00

All about examination procedures

Please keep the following in mind to guarantee an effortless procedure:

Which information is necessary?

  • Name, postal address, date of birth, place of birth
  • Telephone, fax, e-mail (in case of further questions)
  • Initial examinations or follow-ups?
  • Applied medical class (1, 2, 3, Cabin Crew)
  • Is an ophthalmologic examination necessary? (always the case for initial examinations; after that in different intervals depending on the class and the age)
  • Is an ENT examination necessary? (always the case for initial examinations; after that in different intervals depending on the class and the age)
  • Age

What you should bring for the examination?

  • ID to check the identification (mandatory for initial examinations)
  • For blood tests an empty stomach is required
  • Flight licence and medical licence, if available
  • If you wear glasses: for every examination, bring an evidence of the correction values of your lenses (“Brillenpass” or prescription provided by your eye specialist)
  • Pre-existing conditions: please bring the medical documents with you, if possible
  • Exemption from military service: if you did not serve, it is mandatory to state a reason as to why you were exempted