Travelling while pregnant

The safety of you and your unborn baby is important to fastjet. Here’s what you need to know.

Although pregnancy is not considered to be a medical condition we do have some conditions to ensure the well-being of the expectant mother and the unborn child.

When should you consult your doctor?
If you have experienced any complications during your pregnancy please consult your medical practitioner before flying with us.

 

Single pregnancy

In the case of a single pregnancy, you can travel up to the end of the 35th week. From the start of the 28th week you do require a certificate from your midwife or doctor/medical practitioner confirming your stage of pregnancy and your fitness to fly.

 

Multiple pregnancy

In the case of a multiple pregnancy, you can travel up to the end of the 31st week. From the start of the 28th week you do require a certificate from your midwife or doctor/medical practitioner confirming your stage of pregnancy and your fitness to fly.

 

Travelling with infants

Expectant mothers wishing to travel with an infant on their lap are permitted to do so. If you will be pre-booking your seat, you cannot book seats near an emergency exit.

For more information read our Family travel section.