Women under 32 weeks of pregnancy can travel as regular passengers unless they are deemed as unfit for air travel by the general physician.
Women who are between 32 and 35 weeks pregnant, and who aren’t expecting a multiple birth or general complications, and whose expected date of delivery is more than 4 weeks after travel, must provide a medical certificate issued by a county-level hospital or a Grade II Class A or above hospital while purchasing tickets and boarding to indicate that they can safely take a flight without medical care. The medical certificate must be issued no more than 7 days before the flight’s departure (the day of departure excluded).
For the sake of safety, we do not accept the following types of woman for carriage and we suggest that such woman choose an alternative means of transportation:
Woman whose pregnancy is 35 weeks or more.
Pregnant woman whose due date is within 4 weeks of the date of travel.
Pregnant woman whose due date is approaching but has not been accurately determined or pregnant women who, it has been known, will have multiple births or who are likely to have delivery complications.
Woman who have given birth within seven days of the flight.
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