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About tuto

  • Birthday 17/04/1991


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  1. Gidday Matty! Thank you very much for sharing your experience, it is very encouraging to see you have your class 2 medical and that you can fly.
  2. Hey Jerry_Atrick, Thank you very much for the information you provide. I was not aware of the fact that the LAPL license requires less stringent medical certificates, I will take a look at the legislation. As far as I am aware of, Spain does not have its own national licenses, all of them go though EASA, but I will do some research. Once the Coronavirus crisis ends, I will definitely try to contact by email a medical examiner to ask them advice on how to proceed in this particular situation. Certainly it seems plausible to, at least, try it, as renal transplantation does not automaticall
  3. Hi all, I think the title says it all, but here is some background: Since I was a child I wanted to become a pilot. This dream was truncated when, due to an autoimmune condition, I had to receive a kidney transplant in 2012. Fortunately, everything went well and I now live a normal life, the autoimmune condition has been inactive since then. I have to take some daily medications to avoid rejection but otherwise I practice sports and I have no cholesterol or arterial pressure problems although the autoimmune condition requires me to take AAS (aspirin, acetylsalicylic acid). Recently I hav
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