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Fly like pregnant? This, you need to know

"Fly like pregnant? This you must know" "are you going out To fly and have an extra passenger in your stomach? " "Here we list the airlines' rules and t

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Fly like pregnant? This, you need to know
"Fly like pregnant? This you must know"

"are you going out To fly and have an extra passenger in your stomach? "

"Here we list the airlines' rules and the expert's best tips for the pregnant traveler. "

"Many pregnant women are concerned about several activities that in ordinary cases is carried out without problems. "

"When it comes to flying is the biggest dilemma travel late in pregnancy – pure health have not flight any effect on either the mother or the child. "

"– If the mother is healthy and pregnant, so there are no health risks. It would be like to fly long distances at the end of the pregnancy, it does not want to airlines, for natural reasons, " says Karin Gottvall, many years of midwife who just retired. "

"the Risk is that it may suddenly become a time, and a childbirth on the flight can be risky. In 2016, reported the times about Wafaa Galia who was forced to give birth on a plane to Stockholm. "

"Katarina Daniels, communications manager at Ticket, says that the airline's regulations may vary. "

"– and with the 28th week is the general standard for most airlines. You can get the fly later if you have a certificate from a midwife or doctor. But it is individual, some companies are more restrictive and others are quite liberal. "

"If you are a long time out and fly, it is important to double check what the rules are, the company you travel with. Some require that any medical certificate must be written in English or in the local language. Some want the certificate shall be approved by the airline's own medical department. "

"SAS allows travel all the way up to week 38 without a medical certificate, but the flight may not be longer than four hours if you are between week 36 and 38. "

"Norwegian have the same restrictions. "

"Apollo's airline Novair allows flights up to 32 weeks without a medical certificate. Up to week 36, they allow pregnant women to fly with a medical certificate as long as the flight time does not exceed four hours. After week 37, however, they have a total ban. "

"the Expert's best tips for pregnant women"

"Katarina Daniels lists the best tips to be as safe and comfortable as possible on the trip for you who is pregnant. "

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