Flying after 28 weeks
Feb 3, 2009 4:45AM
Hi just wondering if any of you have any if you know what airlines will let you?
Feb 2, 2009 4:21PM
Im sure BA will let you fly up to 32 weeks but you need a doctors fit to fly letter after 28 weeks!
Feb 2, 2009 4:27PM
I had this problem recently. It depends where you are flying to, but the bigger airlines (like BA) will let you fly up to 34 weeks with a doctors 'fit to fly' certificate, not too sure about smaller airlines though. Also worth looking into is your travel insurance because most insurance companies wont insure you after 28 weeks
Feb 2, 2009 5:01PM
haha just let me know when you want it doing I won't be going till march dont worry!
Don't know if we're defo gonna go just thinking about getting a hol in before I drop!
Feb 3, 2009 3:47AM
I know with Ryanair you can't fly after 28 weeks, not sure if they make exceptions if you have a note from your midwife. I'm having my last flight back for a quick trip to the UK when I will be about 25 weeks (I live abroad) and will be taking a photo copy of my maternity notes just so I can show them my dates if they don't believe I'm not 28 weeks yet lol! x
Feb 3, 2009 4:45AM
With Easyjet you can fly up to 28 weeks, then from 28-36 with a doctors note up to 5 days before you fly. I will be flying at 31 weeks (fingers crossed) and I will need to see my GP here before I got and also a doctor in Portugal before I come home
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