This has been a topic before, but usually it was related to the FAA standards.
I have heard that in Europe, the standards for eyesight are far more strict than in the U.S. In the U.S., as long as your vision is correctable to 20/20, you're okay to fly for the airlines.
Is that the same for European carriers? I've read that Lufthansa only allows for something like 1.25 diopters off naturally, with no correction allowed that supercedes that. Is this correct?
What are the vision standards in Europe I guess is what I'm asking.