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Expectant mothers should check in at the Azul priority service counters at the airports.

Learn about the specifics for each pregnancy stage:

Single pregnancy

  • Expectant mothers until the 28 weeks into the pregnancy: there is no need to provide a medical certificate or Term of Responsibility.
  • Women between the 29th and 35th week of pregnancy must provide a doctor's authorization to fly.
  • Women between the 36th and 37th weeks of pregnancy must complete a Term of Responsibility provided by Azul at airports and provide a doctor's authorization to fly.
  • Starting on the 38th week of pregnancy, expectant mothers may only travel with a doctor.

Multiple Pregnancy (twins or more) and/or High-Risk Pregnancy

  • Expectant mothers up to 28 weeks into the pregnancy: there is no need to provide a medical certificate or Term of Responsibility.
  • Women between the 29th and 31st week of pregnancy must provide a doctor's authorization to fly.
  • Women between the 32nd and 37th weeks of pregnancy must complete a Term of Responsibility provided by Azul at airports and provide a doctor's authorization to fly.
  • Starting on the 38th week of pregnancy, expectant mothers may only travel with a doctor.

Important

  • Even with a medical certificate, we do not recommend expectant mothers to fly 7 days before and 7 days after delivery.
  • We do not recommend newborn babies travel for the first 7 (seven) days after birth. Premature babies are considered a medical case and require a MEDIF form.
  • The doctor’s certificate must be issued at most 7 (seven) days before the flight.
  • The gestation stage is considered from the boarding date, not the ticket reservation or purchase dates.

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.