Psychological Evaluation of Pilots: The Present Status of European Regulations and Arguments for their Application

@inproceedings{Goeters1994PsychologicalEO,
  title={Psychological Evaluation of Pilots: The Present Status of European Regulations and Arguments for their Application},
  author={K.-M. Goeters},
  year={1994}
}
Early in 1991 psychological requirements for pilots were submitted tothe Flight Crew Licencing Medical Group (FLC MED) of the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) as a draft version. Since that date the formulation of the requirements experienced some changes. They are now adopted as Joint Aviation Regulations JAR-FCL 4-2.23 by FCL MED and read as follows: "(a) The applicant for or holder of a Class I (=Commercial) or II (=Private) medical certificate shall have no established… CONTINUE READING

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