flying during pregnancy

In the case of a pregnancy without any complications, you are allowed to fly until the 36th week without the need for you to be able to present a medical certificate by a doctor. After the 36th week of your pregnancy, flying is no longer allowed.

If you are expecting a multiple birth you are allowed to fly until the 34th week without the need for you to be able to present a medical certificate by a doctor. After the 34th week of your pregnancy, flying is no longer allowed.

In the case of a pregnancy with complications, it is always required that you can provide a medical certificate drawn up in both Dutch and English on flights from/to The Netherland. For flights from/to Paris-Orly, the certificate has to be drawn up in both English and French. This certificate should be no older than 7 days. After the 34th week of your pregnancy you are no longer allowed to fly.