Pilot Medicals

Dr Anton Wiles is a Designated Aviation Medical Examiner (DME) for:

  1. New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority (NZ CAA)

  2. Australia Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)

  3. United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

  4. Transport Canada

  5. Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department

  6. Fiji Islands

Aviation medical appointments are available Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 2:30pm. Our reception staff are fully trained in advising you of the tests that you will need to have as part of your application to hold a medical certificate to fly. Unfortunately none of the authorities in different countries are uniform in their requirements so it is always advisable to discuss what is necessary for your medical application prior to your appointment. When applying for a NZ certificate, where possible, your certificate will be issued to you on the same day as your appointment. Sometimes you will need further investigations, in which case, after your application has been assessed and completed, you will be advised to come to pick up your certificate.


FEES: The base fee we charge for a pilot medical examination is $310. Additional tests such as a resting ECG ($70), plain spirometry ($85), or pre & post spirometry ($95) are extra. All prices include GST. Please note that these fees do not include the processing fees that each aviation authority may charge, or costs of any further specialist testing.

If you complete more than one medical examination on the day, we will apply a $50 discount for each subsequent medical.


New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Medical Examinations

Class 1, 2 or 3 applicants are required to pay CAA an application fee of $120.75 (incl. GST) for each examination. To pay this fee, click here.

Please either print and bring along your receipt information, or forward the confirmation email to reception.

For applicants who have never done a CAA medical examination before, please read our CAA Pilot Medical Information.

Other useful links:

  1. CAA Pilot Medical Examination Costs
  2. CAA designated audio and eye specialists
  3. Labtests locations (no appointment required and we can issue you a lab form)
  4. CAA application forms

Walsh Memorial Class 2 Applicants: We charge $310 for medical assessment (including a resting ECG and spirometry). The letter of acceptance from Walsh Memorial must be presented by the applicant on the day of their medical appointment for the discount to apply.


Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Medical Examinations

CASA require pilots to fill in an online application before visiting a medical examiner. Please ensure that you have completed this application before making a booking for a medical examination.

CASA applicants need to bring to their medical appointment:

  1. Passport or Driver Licence

  2. Eye correction (glasses, contact lenses) and any spares

  3. If applicable, audio report on CASA audio paper

  4. Specialist or GP reports relating to any medical conditions

If you are having a medical certificate issued for the first time, please phone reception and we will guide you through the necessary medical requirements.

Costs for CASA medical examinations.

Useful information regarding critical timeframes. Audios, labs and ECGs are valid for 90 days prior to the date of medical examination and applicants can apply up to 28 days before the expiry of their medical certificate. Otherwise, the expiry date will be relative to the date of medical examination.

Also see Medical Certification Process Frequently Asked Questions.

European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and UKCAA Medical Examinations

17 Jan 2022: Regretfully, we have now resigned our delegation to complete EASA and UKCAA Medical Examinations. 


Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Medical Examinations

FAA applicants are required to fill in their application via the FAA MedXPress system. Please ensure that you have completed this application before making a booking for a medical examination.

Please bring a copy of the 8500-8 summary sheet from your MedXPress account to the appointment. 

Transport Canada Medical Examinations

Class 1 Initial Issue applicants are required to complete an audiogram and blood test for lipids & glucose. We are able to provide a lab form and audio contacts. Transport Canada do not have an audio form of their own – please complete one on a CAA audio form.

The requirements for Class 1 renewal applicants are age dependent – please phone reception and we will advise you on the necessary tests required. Please ensure that you bring your blue Transport Canada booklet for the examiner to stamp on the day of your appointment.

NOTE: Transport Canada takes a minimum 8 weeks to process an application for a medical certificate.

Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department Medical Examinations

We are able to renew Class 1, 2 & 3 medical certificates for Hong Kong CAD. Applicants are reminded to book in no sooner than 28 days before expiry of a medical certificate. Please phone reception for advice on the necessary medical requirements.

Following the medical examination, your medical certificate will be revalidated for 14 days while you await a new medical certificate to arrive from Hong Kong CAD.

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