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Welcome to Jersey AME

Dr James Mair

Aviation Medical Examiner, Jersey, Channel Islands


About me...

Dr James Mair MBBS MRCGP

GMC: 45405905   CAA 430679A.  FAA 993327729

James is a full time GP at Island Medical Centre in Jersey, Channel Islands.

He has long had an interest in aviation and undertook some flying training in Old Buckenham whilst living and working in Norfolk. He does not hold a PPL but enjoys the odd hour in the Jersey skies from time to time!

He is qualified to provide medicals for the UK CAA, classes 1, 2 and 3

He is also an FAA examiner for First, Second and Third Class medicals.

Please note: He is not able to issue UK Class 1 initials or any EASA medicals.

He is available for Cabin Crew, Airport Fire Crew and Ground Handling medicals also, all of which can be booked online.

James is the only AME in Jersey and works closely with his counterpart Dr Ian Gee who, similarly, is the only AME in Guernsey.

He has attained advanced aviation medicine training at the the faculty of Aviation Medicine at Kings College, London and also at the FAA training centre in Oklahoma City, USA.

He is the present Chairman of the Association of Aviation Medical Examiners (AAME).

He moved to Jersey in 2013 with his wife, Caroline, also a local GP, and he has 3 children at school in the island, 

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What To Bring To Your Medical

  • Proof of Identifcation (  A passport is ideal).

  • Your previous medical certificate.

  • Your CAA Portal login details.

  • Your glasses AND the card showing your latest prescription.

  • If you have visited an optician recently, it is very helpful if you can ask the optician to complete this form. 

  • I advise all pilots to keep a folder with paperwork relating to their medical history and to bring this to the medical. In here you can put any letters to and from your GP to hospital, current medications with doses, latest blood results and anything you think I might need to see. I can then scan relevent documents from this folder to the CAA database if needed.

  • CLASS 2 INITAL MEDICALS: If this is your first ever medical, please ensure you have visited an optician before you attend and that they have completed the CAA MED 162 EYE TEST FORM . Please bring the completed paper copy with you. 

First Medical?

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Is this your first medical with me?

If this is the first time you are attending for a medical, my administrative support team will need to set you up on our clinical and billing system. This must be done before your medical and only needs to be done once. Please download the form by clicking the link below and return the completed form to

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