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Expectanct Mothers 

Uncomplicated Single or Multiple Pregnancy - 28 weeks and earlier

No assessment certificate is required. However, an assessment certificate from your doctor must be presented for your return flight if it is scheduled beyond the 28th week of your pregnancy.

Uncomplicated Single (29 to 36 weeks) or Uncomplicated Multiple pregnancy (29 to 32 weeks)

Provide own doctor assessment certificate signed by your doctor or Jambojet approved aviation doctor assessment certificate stating:

  • Fitness to travel
  • Number of weeks of pregnancy
  • Whether your pregnancy is single or multiple
  • Your expected due date
  • There are no complications with your pregnancy

The certificate must be dated within ten days of the first flight after 28 weeks of pregnancy and should cover your return flight. 

No fee to be paid to the airline.

Complicated pregnancy - 0 to 36 weeks

Jambojet approved aviation doctor assessment certificate is required.

Miscarriage with active bleeding (Threatened or complete) - 0 to 36 weeks

Jambojet approved aviation doctor assessment certificate is required.

New mothers - Within 7 days after birth

Jambojet approved aviation doctor assessment certificate is required.

Additional information

  1. The period herein mentioned is calculated based on Expected Date of Delivery ( EDD)
  2. Generally, expectant women are discouraged from travel from 28 weeks to avoid pregnancy related complications. 
  3. You will be required to seek medical clearance from our medical team for your return journey if you experience any medical complications during your travel.
  4. Your return journey must be within the 36 or 32 weeks limit as indicated in the various categories, otherwise you will not be accepted.
  5. For uncomplicated single pregnancy after 36 weeks is not allowed unless accompanied by a medical doctor and have been issued with an assessment certificate from Jambojet approved aviation doctor.
  6. For uncomplicated multiple pregnancy after 32 weeks is not allowed unless accompanied by a medical doctor and have been issued with an assessment certificate from Jambojet approved aviation doctor.
  7. If using own doctor, one may avail a copy of the Expectant Mother Information Sheet (EMIS) appended with a signature and stamp of the doctor. Alternatively, when the expectant mother avails their doctor’s assessment certificate, it is mandatory that she completes the EMIS form committing that the information provided is a true reflection of personal doctor report. The doctor’s assessment certificate shall accompany the EMIS form.

N/B: New born babies are NOT allowed to travel in pressurized cabins until 7 days after their birth.

Download the Expectant Mothers Information Sheet (EMIS). 

For more information please contact us here.