Expectant mothers will be accepted for travel without medical clearance up and to
the end of the 32nd week of pregnancy. However, we recommend that you obtain a doctor’s
statement verifying the expected date of confinement to prevent the possibility
of being denied boarding by check-in staff or barred from entering the destination
country by immigration.
Between the 32nd and 35th week, medical clearance is mandatory. The medical certificate
The confirmation of a normal pregnancy
The estimated date of confinement
That you are in good health
That there is no known reason which would prevent you from flying
In all cases we suggest that you consult your OB-GYN before planning your trip.
Expectant mothers will not be accepted for travel after the 35th week of pregnancy.
Check your booking- verify your itinerary, reconfirm your flights
before departure, tell us about your special needs (wheelchair, meals etc) and make
sure to provide all telephone contact information.
Check Travel Documents
Make sure that you have the relevant documents (passport, visas etc)
for travel to your destination. Also make sure your travel documents are valid.
Scheduled to commence three (3) hours before the scheduled time of
departure; scheduled to close one (1) hour before the scheduled time of departure.
Scheduled to commence ninety (90) minutes before the scheduled
time of departure; scheduled to close forty (40) minutes before the scheduled time
The unexpected can come at any time, even when you're travelling,
including illness and other circumstances which may cause you to cancel your trip
or disrupt your travel plans. For the best possible protection we recommend that
you purchase travel insurance from one of the many reputable insurance providers.
Depending on the policies offered you may be covered for trip cancellation and interruption,
travel delay, baggage and medical emergencies
Get vaccinations that are recommended for the destination you are traveling.
Carry your medication with you- these include your prescription medication and medication
used in the case of anaphylaxis.
Dear Travel Professional,
Please note that St. Lucia Immigration has advised that all arriving passengers should have a passport that is valid for at least three months. Immigration also advised that persons who do not meet the requirement will be denied entry.