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Initial class 1 and forgot to mention about class 2 held in another state

Old 23rd Jul 2019, 15:22
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Initial class 1 and forgot to mention about class 2 held in another state

Hi guys.
I'm doing my intergrated ATPL in Spain, I did my initial medical class 1 here recently but I previosly held a class 2 medical in my home country(easa) but I forgot to mention it.
My health is good and I positive my medical went well.
But the thing I'm wondering is this going to have any effect on my medical that I didn't notify them about my previosly held class 2? Do I need to do a SOLI?
I had no idea what SOLI was until today.
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Old 28th Jul 2019, 16:05
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It is important that you are totally honest.
Contact the issuer of the Class One medical, and explain the situation tomorrow
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Old 29th Jul 2019, 14:47
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Grounded until further notice!

You have just failed one of the basic tests of a ATPL holder.
This is not a game were You can reset and start anew.
Please tell us You have grounded Yourself until You have sorted this out.
Seriously
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Old 30th Jul 2019, 18:21
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Not sure about that Cpt B

I find it difficult how someone could forget they had a class 2, but as far as I know the initial class 1 makes no allowances for a previous class 2 so the actual examination would not have been changed. Therefore the poster passed a class 1 examination and in medical terms at least is fit to exercise its privileges. The Authority may indeed take a dim view, court marshal him or sentence him to life imprisonment but meanwhile I fail to see why he cant fly. If you are being prosecuted for low flying, endangering an aircraft etc etc you can keep flying pending the court case unless and until your license is suspended
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Old 8th Aug 2019, 21:14
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It totally depends why a Class 2 was issued in the first place:
1 Was it due to restrictive medial history?
2 Was it because that was all the Candidate needed at the time?

Regardless I find Your attitude odd to say the least!
A lot of stuff a pilot might want to " Forget" to get a clean Class 1, Radgirl !?

We have enough nutters in aviation and I would warn against lying to the Authority when changing Licence or Medical.
I personal have 5 the last 32 years and I add any info if in doubt.
The day they compare notes You want to have given all relevant information.
A few weeks on the ground will not hurt in this situation.

Seriously
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Old 9th Aug 2019, 10:25
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Thank you Cpt B

Op tells us he forgot his previous medical and I was commenting on that. You are clearly far more suspicious and believe there is some more sinister explanation. I totally agree lying is quite different and a serious matter. However, as a medical person i tend to accept what patients tell me and take it at face value. I find most, if not all patients and pilots are reasonably honest. You are also assuming the person who performed the medical failed to detect some pathology OP hadnt mentioned.....
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