Alliance Airlines passengers including children and infants wishing to travel following medical treatments and or discharge from hospital or requiring ongoing medical treatment will be required to submit a Medical Clearance to Fly form completed by their treating doctor at least 24 hours prior to departure. In the absence of receipt of this form, Alliance Airlines will not be able to clear the passenger for travel on their booked flight.
Alliance Airlines recommends that all women who are pregnant discuss their travel plans with their doctor prior to travelling. Alliance Airlines and its agents cannot provide advice as to whether it is safe to fly whilst pregnant.
The following policy is a minimum standard when travelling on an Alliance Airlines aircraft.
1. A Medical Certificate from a registered doctor or registered midwife dated no more than 10 days prior to travel, is required for the following:
- Single pregnancy – beyond the 36th week of pregnancy
- Multiple pregnancy – beyond the 28th week of pregnancy
- Complicated or high risk pregnancy – at any stage of the pregnancy
The certificate must state:
- Estimated date of delivery
- Whether it is a single or multiple delivery
- That there are no complications with the pregnancy
- That they are fit for travel
2. Pregnant passengers at any stage of the pregnancy will not be permitted in an exit row.
3. For any passengers requiring special assistance to travel during these times the medical certificate should be accompanied by a Medical Clearance Travel Form and submitted to Alliance Airlines at the time of the booking.
Alliance Airlines – Medical Clearance Form