In case of an uncomplicated and single pregnancy (carrying only one foetus) the following regulations apply:
-Expectant mothers will be accepted without a medical certificate up to the end of the 27th week of pregnancy.
-If you are travelling up to 27 weeks into your pregnancy (at time of return flight) no additional documentation is required to travel unless you’ve experienced any complications.
-Between 28 and 36 weeks of pregnancy a medical certificate* will be required. This must confirm the expected date of delivery and confirm fitness to fly (doctors letter must have been written no earlier than 10 days before the outbound date of travel).
-Expectant mothers won’t be accepted under any circumstance from 36th week or in the case of multiple pregnancies (twins etc.) you will be unable to travel beyond the 32nd week of your pregnancy (at the time of your return inbound flight).
-In case of an uncomplicated, multiple pregnancy, a medical approval is required from the 28th to the 32nd week of pregnancy and we are not able to transport expectant mothers anymore from the 32nd gestation week.
As you may already know, having a baby normally should take some form of planning, however, there’s no predicting how getting pregnant could happen. Whether your pregnancy was planned or happened unexpectedly, you can still plan for the birth of your precious one even after conceiving. First, you need to decide what kind of birthing […]