Women 36 weeks pregnant or later are not allowed to fly. If a woman appears to be 36 weeks pregnant or later and is unable to prove otherwise through a medical certificate, she will not be accepted for travel.
Women may travel without a medical certificate up to their 28th week of pregnancy. Between week 28 and 36, they may travel with a medical certificate valid for the whole period of travel both for the outbound and inbound flight, but no longer than week 36. Women with multiple pregnancies may not travel after week 32.
Please keep your certificate in your cabin luggage.
The medical certificate should contain the following information:
- Confirmation of normal pregnancy
- Estimated date of delivery
- Validity period of medical certificate
- Other health concerns, if present, that may preclude air travel
- The medical certificate must be in English
- The medical certificate must be dated within 10 days of your scheduled departure.