Specifically, the agency raised the maximum "PR" interval for first-degree atrioventricular block to 300 milliseconds for pilots of all ages. For intervals longer than 300 ms, the FAA will decide on pilot fitness on a case-by-case basis. Previously, the maximum PR interval was 210 milliseconds, though only for pilots under the age of 51.
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Tucker Carlson:— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) January 19, 2023
"The FAA made a major change in the health requirement for pilots with heart damage… The change allows people with injured hearts to fly. The FAA made this change just after the Vaccines were rolled out and made mandatory. Why?"pic.twitter.com/NLDxkH5eqN