Pregnant and Flying

  • Pregnant women flying between their sixth (06) to eighth (08) months of pregnancy shall be required to have a medical certificate from their personal physician.
  • Expectant Mothers beyond their eighth (08) month of pregnancy, and who requires air transportation for special reasons, may be accepted for carriage only upon clearance from their personal physician. A medical certificate should be presented to the ticketing agent upon purchase of the ticket and to the check-in counter on the day of the flight.
  • The validity of the medical certificate is 7 days from the date of issuance unless specified in the certificate that the passenger is released to travel on a specific date.
  • Expectant Mother must have completed their travel within the validity period of the certificate otherwise, a new medical certificate may be required.