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Airman Medical Cert. OR Airman Medical Cert. & Student Pilot Cert.

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I am filling out the MedXpress form online, and it has two options for "Application for:".


Airman Medical Cert.


Airman Medical Cert. & Student Pilot Cert.


I stopped flying about 10 years ago, but completed my private pilot in fixed wing during that time. I am moving into helicopters and thus will be doing the typical solo and progression as if I'm new to flying.

Should I select just the medical certificate, or the medical certificate plus the student pilot cert.


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  1. Kris Kortokrax on Mar 03, 2013

    Airman Medical Certificate only. You already hold a Private pilot certificate.

    You cannot hold two different level certificates, unless one of them is a U.S. certificate based upon a foreign license.

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