Pregnant Passengers

Up to what stage of pregnancy are expectant mothers allowed to fly?

Pregnant passengers can travel without a doctor’s report up to 36 weeks of pregnancy (for multiple pregnancies until 32 weeks of pregnancy). After 36 weeks of pregnancy (and for multiple pregnancies after 32 weeks) pregnant passenger are not allowed to fly with Corendon Airlines even if they have a health statement issued by a doctor. From the 24th week of pregnancy onwards, passengers are requested to fill in a health form at the counter during check-in.

Based on the physical condition of the passenger, Corendon personnel is authorized to request a medical report regarding the pregnancy, or to refuse a pregnant passenger on board.

Note: Pregnant passengers are obligated provide all information concerning their pregnancy at the check-in desk.