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New Aviation Medical Examiner Appointed in El Calafate

A Skyward Appointment

Hey folks, here’s some fresh news from the skies! It looks like there’s a new doc in town, and this one’s all about keeping our skies safe and sound. Let’s dive into the details of this latest appointment by the National Civil Aviation Administration.

What’s the Buzz?

So, there’s this thing called the National Civil Aviation Administration (ANAC for short), and they’ve just given the thumbs up to a certain Dr. José Ángel PERPIGNAN. Yup, that’s the guy. He’s now officially known as an Aviation Medical Examiner, or AME for those in the know.

Now, why all the fuss, you might wonder? Well, it turns out that Dr. PERPIGNAN, with his trusty CUIT number 20-08114229-8, has been itching to get his hands on this gig for a while. He’s set up shop over at 197 Walter Knoll Street, El Calafate, in the lovely province of SANTA CRUZ. And let me tell you, the folks over at ANAC have given him the green light.

Crossing the T’s and Dotting the I’s

Before you go thinking this is just another run-of-the-mill appointment, let me tell you, it’s not. The ANAC folks take this stuff seriously. They sent their crack team from the Department of Medical Evaluation to check out Dr. PERPIGNAN’s setup, and guess what? It all checked out. Thumbs up all around.

What’s Next?

So, what exactly does Dr. PERPIGNAN get to do now that he’s got the official nod? Well, for starters, he’s now the go-to guy for all things medical when it comes to aviation in El Calafate. Need to get your Class 2, 3, or 4 Aviation Medical Certification sorted? Dr. PERPIGNAN’s your man. And hey, he can even help you out with a Class 1 renewal if you need it.


Keeping it Legit

Of course, with great power comes great responsibility, right? Dr. PERPIGNAN’s got to play by the rules, just like everyone else. The ANAC’s made it crystal clear: if he doesn’t stick to the script laid out in the Aviation Medical Certification regulations, he could find himself out of a job quicker than you can say “takeoff.”

Mark Your Calendars

Now, when does all this go down? Well, the powers that be have decreed that this new appointment kicks into gear the moment it gets published in the official bulletin. So, keep your eyes peeled, folks. The skies of El Calafate are about to get a little safer, thanks to Dr. PERPIGNAN.

Wrapping it Up

There you have it, folks. A new chapter in the skies of El Calafate, all thanks to Dr. PERPIGNAN and the folks over at ANAC. So, next time you’re up there cruising at 30,000 feet, just remember, there’s a new doc on the scene making sure everything’s running smooth as silk.

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