Signing up could earn you gear and it helps to keep offensive content off of our site.
Visit our Flying shop
I have a doubt about medical waivers:
Does anyone know if a pilot can still fly after being diagnosed with a kidney self-imune decease known as glomerulosclerosis-focal? It has an ugly name, but it seems to have no other side effect, except the frequent presence of blood cells(in diferent numbers) in the urine.
I will answer to my own question by myself.
I sent the same doubt to FAA(Avn.Medicine Office) and they answer me that, if the general conditions are good, I can get the Medical. I will just have to provide periodically my health status with the allowance of my physician.
I hope I have answered the question and helped other people in similar situation.
I believe you can obtain a waiver for that. Check with Pilot Medical Solutions (LEFTSEAT.com).
It's a business which helps pilots with waivers.
Make it a habit to check your fuel gauges to ensure the tanks are even.
Copyright © 2010 FLYING. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.