Steps to follow

Travelling is safe for pregnant women who have not experienced any previous complications.

28 weeks

The majority of airlines do not require specific authorisation (check with your airline to confirm).

28 weeks

Airlines recommend flying only with medical authorisation.

36 weeks

Airlines recommend you should not fly. If you need to travel, you should consult your doctor and travel with obligatory authorisation.


In the majority of cases, you will need to sign the airline’s Waiver of Liability in relation to any problems that could potentially arise as a result of your condition during the flight.

Contact your airline to check the measures that apply in these situations.



  • If you are pregnant, you can use the security checkpoints for families.
  • Many of our airports have lounge areas.
  • If necessary, you can also request the assistance service for persons with reduced mobility.