Can you fly at 36 weeks pregnant?

According to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynocologists (ACOG), it can be perfectly safe to fly during your pregnancy, and even well into your third trimester. Air travel is not recommended after 36 weeks—in fact, most airlines won't let pregnant passengers on board after the 36-week mark.

How many months pregnant can you fly?

Second trimester (3-6 months) The middle three months of pregnancy are considered the safest months to fly. The risks of miscarriage have diminished and complications, such as premature labour, are low. If you have a medical condition or have had pregnancy complications you should discuss these with your doctor.

How many weeks pregnant can you travel internationally?

Complete your flight before you reach 36 weeks of pregnancy. Some domestic airlines restrict travel completely or require a medical certificate during the last month of pregnancy. For international flights, the cutoff point often is earlier, sometimes as early as 28 weeks.

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