pilot licensing for microlights

Medical requirements


A pilot may only fly microlights as Pilot In Command in the UK if they hold valid medical certification.

The NPPL medical certification can be by a Pilot Medical Declaration made on-line on the Civil Aviation Authority web site.

Use this link to go to the CAA web site in a new window. CAA web site

Other accepted medical certification may be available, but applicants should check with their instructor prior to solo flight.

The BMAA strongly recommends that student pilots make their medical declaration, or obtain other acceptable certification, at the start of their training to ensure that they will be able to hold such a medical, and do not wait until just before they are ready to fly solo, by which time they must hold a valid medical.