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You and your unborn child’s safety is our priority.
To avoid unnecessary risks to you and your baby, we recommend that all expectant mothers consult a doctor before booking their ticket.
Depending on the stage and circumstances of your pregnancy, you may be required to present certain medical forms before flying. Please see below for our guidelines on which medical forms may be required.
|Pregnancy stage||Pregnancy details||Doctor's certificate required||MEDIF form required|
|Up to and including the 28th week
(28th week is equal to 27 weeks and 7 days)
No, but recommended to prevent delays at airport
Beginning of 29th week up to end of 32nd week
(28 weeks + 1 day is the beginning of 29 weeks)
(32 weeks are equal to 31 weeks and 7 days)
|Single pregnancy without complications||Yes||No|
|Multiple or complicated pregnancy||Yes||Yes|
Beginning of 33rd week up to end of 35th week
(35 weeks are equal to 34 weeks and 7 days)
|Single pregnancy without complications||Yes||Yes|
|Multiple or complicated pregnancy||
Qatar Airways cannot accept expectant mothers with multiple or complicated pregnancies in their 33rd week of pregnancy or beyond for travel.
Beginning of 36th week and beyond
(35 weeks + 1 day and beyond)
Qatar Airways cannot accept expectant mothers in their 36th week of pregnancy or beyond for travel.
MEDIF forms must be written in English and filled and submitted to Qatar Airways no less than 48 hours and no more than 7 days prior to departure.
Medical certificates must be written in English and include the following information: