Passengers travelling during pregnancy must provide a health report in order to travel with Pegasus Airlines. Of course, regardless of whether you need to provide us with a health report or not, we recommend that any of our passengers travelling during pregnancy first of all seek advice from a specialist doctor. However, Pegasus Airlines does not allow those expecting a single birth who are over 36 weeks into their pregnancy to travel. For this reason, outbound and inbound journeys must be completed before the end of the 36th week of pregnancy. Pegasus Airlines does not allow those expecting multiple births (twins, triplets etc.) who are over 32 weeks into their pregnancy, to travel. For this reason, outbound and inbound journeys must be completed before the end of the 32nd week of pregnancy. We recommend you read our General Rules section for more information.
You can find detailed information about our procedures for travelling during pregnancy from the Passengers Requiring Assistance section of our website.
To confirm that you are fit to travel during pregnancy, you must provide a health report from a doctor, dated not more than 7 days before the flight date, and which includes the phrase, 'There is no particular reason for the patient not to travel by air'. If there is a reasonable doubt over the estimated birth date given to us, or if a passenger travelling during a complicated pregnancy does not provide a health report, the passenger must sign Indemnity Form no. F-GO-025. If passengers travelling during pregnancy do not comply with Pegasus Airlines carriage rules, Pegasus Airlines cannot be held responsible for any detrimental effects of the journey. Passengers are solely responsible for any health consequences resulting from air travel.
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Children aged 3–6 cannot travel unless they are accompanied by an adult over the age of 18. The “unaccompanied child” procedure is applicable to children aged 7–12 who are travelling alone. Please contact our call centre on 0888 228 12 12 for more information.
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Please enter same number of infants as the adults