|If you are traveling when you are 30 weeks pregnant or later, you must inform the airline about your status and also submit a medical certificate specifying your fitness to travel by air, taking into account the type of trip and the duration of the flight.|
You must also present a document exonerating the airline for any eventuality arising from your status during the flight.
Please note that both you and your baby may only fly 10 days after
delivery. Otherwise, you must submit medical certificates guaranteeing you are
both medically stable for flight.
The medical certificate must be issued no more than 10 days prior to the
scheduled flight departure.