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Inquiry for my situation when it comes to application

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Good Day Guys and Gals!

Im Bryonne James and I was wondering if you guys know any company whom I can get in touch with in order to inquire if a guy like me with SLIGHT colorblindness have a shot to be an aircraft mechanic if ever I pursue the course.

Hope you guys could help me! ^_^

 

Thanks!

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  1. Kris Kortokrax on Jul 30, 2014

    I know we have addressed this before here. There is no requirement to have a medical certificate in order to exercise the privileges of a mechanic certificate. Therefore, as far as the FAA is concerned, color blindness is not an issue.

    You would need to speak with whatever company you would like to work for to determine if they have a restriction.

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