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Pregnant women must present themselves at Azul's Priority check-in at the airport. See the discription of each type of pregnancy:

Simple pregnancy

  • Up to the 28th week of pregnancy: there is no need for a medical certificate or Declaration of Responsibility.
  • Pregnant women between the 29th and the end of the 35th week: should only submit the medical certificate authorizing the trip.
  • Pregnant women between the 36th and 37th week: should fill Responsibility Statement provided by Azul at airports and present medical certificate authorizing air travel.
  • Pregnant women from the 38th week, can only travel accompanied by the responsible physician.

Pregnant with Twins (or more) and / or At Risk Pregnancy

  • Up to the 28th week of pregnancy: there is no need for a medical certificate or Declaration of Responsibility.
  • Pregnant women between the 29th and the end of the 31th week: should only submit the medical certificate authorizing the trip.
  • Pregnant women between the 32th and 37th week: should fill Responsibility Statement provided by Azul at airports and present medical certificate authorizing air travel.
  • Pregnant women from the 38th week, can only travel accompanied by the responsible physician.

Important

  • Even with medical certificate, air travel is not recommended for pregnant women during the seven (7) days before the scheduled date of delivery and 7 (seven) days after delivery.
  • Not recommended travel for newborns until seven (7) days following the birth. Premature babies are considered medical case (MEDA) and must be filled MEDIF.
  • The medical certificate must be issued within 7 (seven) days before the trip.
  • The gestation period is considered the date of boarding, not the date of booking or purchase of your ticket.

No problem, you can include more pounds at the airport during check-in. But attention, if the weight of checked baggage exceeds 23kg will be charged the excess of luggage.