OML list

  • When was last time IAA aero-medical section was contacted to update OML list?

  • Some pilots hold medicals from other JAA Authorities. Have these AMS (aero-medical section) been contacted to update OML list.

  • Have contract pilots been included in list?

  • Pilots are obliged to inform airline of any limitations on their license. Have all pilots complied with this?

OML Procedures

  • OML pilots can only fly with a "qualified pilot". A qualified pilot is someone who has not reached the age of 60 and does not hold an OML themselves.

  • Have procedures been put in place to prevent two OML pilots being rostered together at the planning stage?

  • Have procedures been put in place to prevent two OML pilot flying together due roster changes.

  • Can a report be run to identify instances where two OML have flown together?

  • After running this report, is there instances/violations where two OML have flown together?

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