March 15, 2016


Enforcement Policy for Expired Airman Medical Certificates

Due to extraordinary circumstances related to the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic, until June 30, 2020, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will not take legal enforcement action against any person serving as a required pilot flight crew member or flight engineer based on noncompliance with medical certificate duration standards when expiration of the required medical certificate occurs from March 31, 2020, throughJune 30, 2020. See Full Policy

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Don’t Forget! Renew your individual and corporate memberships now

Now is the time to renew all membership to the association, whether that be for your personal membership, or for those with corporate sponsorships, the corporate membership dues. Those renewal forms are available here:

Renew Your 2020 CAMA Dues Form

Information on 2020 CAMA Corporate Membership

2020 Corporate Membership Dues Form

CAMA Board of Directors Convenes Winter Meeting in Dallas

The Civil Aviation Medical Association Annual Scientific Meeting preparations for 2019 have already begun ahead of the September event. The CAMA Winter Board meeting was held February 23, 2019 in Dallas to discuss budgets, speakers, hear updates from the organization and provide strategic direction.

The latest edition of our publication, “The Flight Physician” was released recently to CAMA members and has updates and other interesting stories. The archived version is available on the link below:

CAMA Flight Physician – November 2018
CAMA Flight Physician – March 2019
CAMA Flight Physician – May 2019
CAMA Flight Physician – August 2019
CAMA Flight Physician – December 2019

CAMA Flight Physician – May 2020