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When do I need a medical certificate and what information should it contain?

You need a medical certificate issued no more than 10 days before the flight in the following cases:


Pregnant women:

  • If you are 28 weeks pregnant or more.

  • If you have a complex pregnancy and have not reached the 32nd week yet.

  • If you are more than 36 weeks pregnant, Flybondi medical area should authorize your medical certificate.

Illnesses and other conditions:

  • If you have a delicate cancer condition or any other terminal disease.

  • If you are traveling with a passenger who has a high-risk mental or psychic disability.

  • If you have any contagious disease.

  • If you are insulin-dependent and need to use sharp medical items, such as syringes, needles or insulin cartridges, during the flight, you should have a medical certificate documenting your condition. For the sake of all passengers' safety, do not leave these used items inside seat pockets or bathroom trash bins. You should give them to our on-board staff so that they put them in a special container.

Surgeries:

  • If you underwent a surgery within 10 days before the flight.

People with reduced mobility or any other disability do not need any evidence of their condition. However, if the passenger is not able to safely complete the flight, we might examine them and request their health information.


The medical certificate should contain the following information:

  • Your personal information and your attending physician's information.

  • Detailed diagnosis.

  • A statement acknowledging that you are fit to fly.

  • If you have a contagious disease, this certificate should state that all other passengers are not at risk.

  • Moreover, you should specify the services required during the flight.

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