FAA has reopened the comment period on an April 5 policy statement on a special issuance of airmen medical certificates to applicants using certain antidepressant medications. Under the new policy, FAA will evaluate issuing a special waiver on 1st, 2nd or 3rd class medical certificates to individuals who demonstrate they are being treated for depression and who remain stable for a 12-month period. Previously, individuals were denied a medical certificate and prohibited from flying if they ...
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