The CAA Slovenia is responsible for the medical fitness of flight crew and air traffic controllers, and for the supervision and certification of Aeromedical Centres (AeMCs) and Aeromedical Examiners (AMEs). Licences issued by the CAA are valid if the pilots and ATCOs are medically fit, as determined by the validity of the medical certificates. The Aeromedical Section, which is part of the Flight Operations and Personnel Licensing Division, is responsible for oversight of this area in the Republic of Slovenia.

The scope of work of the Aeromedical Section CAA includes the following:

  • Certification and oversight of Aeromedical Centres (AeMCs) and Aeromedical Examiners (AMEs) providing medical examinations to pilots, cabin crew, air traffic controllers and parachutists.
  • Implementation of procedures relating to requests for change of state of licence issue and review of compliance of medical records.
  • Review and assessment ob borderline cases of medical fitness, consultation with AMEs.
  • Assessments of medical fitness in case of refferal.
  • Suspension, revocation of medical certificates and AME certoficates.
  • Cooperation and communication with international organisations and the competent authorities of the Member States.
  • Performing refresher training for AMEs.

Reports of all medical examinations of pilots and ATCOs, cabin crew members and parachutists shall be forwarded to the CAA where medical assessors review and assess the medical documentation of each medical examination.

For Applicants for Medical Certificate

Information and forms for pilots and ATCOs.

For Aeromedical Examiners

Information regarding AMEs, procedures and forms.

List of AMEs and AeMCs

Updated list of AMEs and AeMCs in Slovenia

Applicable requirements

The following regulations set out the medical standards for aviation medicine:

  • Regulation (EU) 2018/1139
  • Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 - Parts and Annexes as applicable for Aircrew medical certification
  • Regulation (EU) No 2015/340 - Parts and Annexes as applicable for Air Traffic Controllers’ medical certification
  • National Aviation Legislation
  • National parachuting rules

Our vision and policy

The CAA's aviation medicine service aims to ensure aviation safety by monitoring the professionalism and legality of the persons who carry out medical examinations of flight crew and ATCOs. In accordance with the medical and aviation profession, our aim is to achieve a level of safety (within the context of the actual health of pilots and controllers) that minimises hazard or risk, which is achieved through compliance and enforcement:

  • Safety promotion and promotion of safety culture
  • carrying out inspections and certification in a impartial manner
  • setting clear objectives
  • a culture of reciprocity and fair treatment
  • legality, professionalism and objectivity


CAA Slovenia

Flight Operations and Personnel Licencing Division
Aeromedical Section
Kotnikova ulica 19a
1000 Ljubljana
T: +386 (1) 244 66 43, +386 (1) 244 66 46