Cabin crew


All cabin crew must have a valid Cabin Crew Attestation (CCA). If you wish to work as Cabin Crew in commercial air transport you must hold a valid CCA. This is a certificate of professional competency which permits you to discharge the duties of Cabin Crew on registered aircrafts. AAME provides Initial and Renewal medical examination certificates in accordance with the EASA and CAA guidelines. 


All new cabin crew members are required to have a medical examination before the commencement of training.

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Periodic medicals are required every 60 months. These can be carried out up to 45 days prior to the expiry.

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You need to bring the following documents to the examination:

(Do not sign or date) Complete before you attend (declare any chronic complaints e. g. nose bleeds, asthma, allergies, migraine, arthritis and medications)

View our Resources to find relevant forms.

e.g. Passport or Driving licence.

New applicants can bring a brief patient summary from their GP surgery with reports for any health condition e. g. “childhood murmur” – even if you are well.

Please bring your Spectacles even if you use contact lenses.


The following checks/procedures may be carried out at your medical assessment:

Addtional information

White Coat Hypertension

If you might have raised blood pressure at medicals then please abstain from alcohol, caffeine, fizzy and herbal drinks for 2 weeks prior to your appointment. Do Home Blood Pressure Monitoring for 2 week’s with twice-a-day readings. Your machine should be checked annually.

Body Mass Index (BMI)

If your BMI is over 35, you will require further investigations. Any certificates may be time limited.

A good idea is to bring along your own BP machine with 2 week’s twice-a-day readings.


How long is the examination?

The appointment takes approximately 30 minutes.

When will I get my certificate?

After your examination, you will be issued with an Attestation Certificate complying with air law regulations (AMC1 MED.C.030).

Medical pricing

£160.00(Initial & Renewal). Audiogram £50 (EASA). ECG £70 (age 40+) Dual authorisation £60

Assessment/Cabin Crew Trainee Pilots £80

Extension/new/replacement certificate £60

Decrease in medical fitness

If you become unwell you must seek advice as soon as possible. Meanwhile you must NOT exercise any privileges of the licence. 

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