Pregnant Travel Policy
Travel is permitted up to and including the 36th week pending no previous history of premature labor.
Medical clearance is not required, but advised for all pregnant fliers.
Passengers within 30 days of delivery are not permitted to fly, unless a doctor’s certification of fitness to travel has been obtained.
ANA All Nippon Airways
Passengers no more than 28 days from delivery may fly, as long as a medical certificate has been obtained.
Travel is not permitted for seven days before or after the delivery date on domestic flights, and international travel is not allowed within 30 days of the due date, unless special approval from the airline has been given.
Medical certification confirming delivery date and no complications is required for travelers who are beyond 28 weeks pregnant, while travel is allowed up to the 36th week for single pregnancies, and 38 weeks for twins.
Medical clearance is required for passengers beyond their 28th week of pregnancy; passengers may not fly past their 36th week.
There are no time limits beyond a requirement of a physician’s confirmation of due date within seven days.
Delta Air Lines
There are no restrictions on flying, and no medical certifications are required.
A medical certificate attesting to a healthy pregnancy is required for those who are beyond their 29th week of pregnancy.
A medical consent form signed by a physician must be obtained for pregnancies at or beyond the 36th week.
Passengers with delivery dates seven days from the date of travel are prohibited, and a medical certificate signed by a doctor is required.
No medical certificate is required until the 36th week of pregnancy.
Pregnant fliers are allowed up until the 36th week for single pregnancies and 32 weeks for twins, while medical clearance is required for all non-routine pregnancies.
Health certificates are required for fliers between the 29th and 36th weeks of pregnancy, with travel beyond the 36th week not permitted.
A doctor’s permission is recommended for all pregnant fliers; those who are at or beyond their 38th week of pregnancy are discouraged from flying.
A certificate must be obtained between 24 and 72 hours before the flight for passengers in their ninth month of pregnancy or later.
Travel is allowed for pregnant passengers until seven days before the expected delivery; after that, medical permission is required.
No special permission is needed before the 28th week; after that, a doctor’s permission is required.