Medicine and other human performance related issues.

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Unread post by hennies1 »

Hi is it possible for a debetic person to obtain his LSA license?
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Re: Diabetic

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not as far as I know
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Type II and even type I can get a medical subject to certain conditions.

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Re: Diabetic

Unread post by deklerkkruger »

I don't know if you have persude your LSA license, but I managed to get my safety pilot restriction lifted in September
This allows me to finish my PPL training, and I am allowed to fly solo as long as my medical fitness checks out. I have been a type 1 diabetic for 33 years.

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