Old 27th Jul 2020, 18:54
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Fl1ingfrog
 
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The following is taken from the CAA.co.uk website, "EASA Part-MED"

"EU Part-MED medical certificates for EU licences
Pilot licences are not valid without a valid medical certificate. ............"


Custardpsc - your confused and have simply got it wrong. Obviously, if a licence is "suspended", "revoked" or "withdrawn" it is not valid.

On a positive note: thank god for the old U.S. of A. for providing some common sense. The reference from hoodie to the FAA FAR 61.75 was most helpful.
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