FAA AME Assisted Special Issuance (AASI) Process
is a process that provides the Airman Medical Examiner (AME) the ability to
airman medical certificate to an
applicant with certain disqualifying conditions
after FAA approvalL. At the time of the initial medical
examination for a certificate the AME will do the exam, and forward the results and the diseases-specific
information to the FAA or contact the FAA Regional Flight Surgeon for approval.
The FAA provides the initial certification decision and the
application is approved, additional information is requested,
or denied. If the FAA approves the application, the
Airman receives an authorization letter accompanied by an attachment that
specifies the information that the applicant must provide from his/her
treating physician(s) for recertification. When you return for the
renewal of you medical certificate, you bring the authorization letter in, the required medical
information, and if the condition has not changed and you are otherwise
qualified the AME can issue the certificate.
These standards are current as of August 8, 2016, however may be updated at any time. To insure that you are being guided by the most recent one clicking on one of the following conditions or diseases will take you directly to the FAA AASI Page for that particular disease or condition. To return to this page please click you Browser Back Button.
AASIs for all classes
This page was last updated on 08/09/16