If you are pregnant, please let your airline or travel agent know before booking your flight: different airlines have different policies and requirements for pregnant passengers.
- When purchasing your flight tickets, you may have to present a pregnancy card or other similar medical document.
- If you are 34 to 35 weeks pregnant at the time of travel, you need to travel with and present a pregnancy card issued by a doctor no more than 10 days before your flight. It must state clearly the current duration of your pregnancy and confirm that you are allowed to fly.
- Maximum flight duration for any part of the journey cannot exceed 4 hours.
- You are not allowed to fly after the 36thweek of pregnancy: make sure your return flight is scheduled accordingly.