- Pregnancy without any medical complications is considered a physiological condition. Therefore, it cannot be considered a pathological condition or disease.
- Note that in order to travel, women with pregnancies of more than 28 weeks must present a doctor’s certificate authorizing them to travel by plane. In it the doctor should also include the baby’s expected due date.
- All doctor’s certificates must be issued within 7 days prior to departure.
- It is recommended that passengers be at the airport with plenty of time to spare before departure in order to avoid any inconveniences.
- We highly recommend that any passenger with a pregnancy of 36 weeks or more not travel, unless it is for medical treatment reasons.
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