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The Aircrew Regulation under EASA

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National Requirements
On the one hand, Part-MED - insofar applicable - only stipulates the minimum medical requirements within the EEA. Member States principally might impose even more confined restrictions, though. For example, in Germany, LuftPersV § 16<ref></ref> paragraph (2) no 2, makes it necessary to hold the Part-MED Medical even at the beginning of the flight training (also for sailplanes/gliders)- even though MED.A.030 (a) only makes it a requirement to hold a medical for the first solo flight. Hence, all flights within Germany - before such a medical is held - can only be passenger flights. Consequently, to not be caught off guard, the relevant national requirements should be reviewed before flight training in another country is planned and conducted.