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Pregnancy status Recomendations
Women with less than 7 months of pregnancy You can travel without a medical certificate, as long as it is verified that you do not have an additional impediment.
Women with more than 7 months of pregnancy After the seventh month, you must sign the Disclaimer Form, exonerating the airline from any setbacks related to your state.
You must present a certificate from your doctor that authorizes you to make the trip and where you indicate in which month of pregnancy you are.
On international flights, when the trip is going to be made 7 days in advance of the date of delivery, a medical certificate issued in a time not exceeding 72 hours prior to the date of travel is required and said certificate must indicate that it is physically suitable for travel and that the probable date of delivery is later than the date of the last flight.
The approach will be denied if physical samples are presented that indicate the start of labor.
If the passenger is already on board and presents a notorious problem per crew, it can be overwhelmed at any time.
Women with newborn babies If they need to travel, they should wait until the baby is at least 7 days old.
CHILDREN
Babies between 0-24 months of age must travel accompanied by an adult at ALL TIMES.
 
A baby between 0-24 months of age does not occupy a seat as he/she travels in the arms of an adult. An Infant (INF) rate will be applied.
 
If an adult travels with more than one infant, an additional ticket must be purchased, as one of the infants will have to occupy a seat.
 
IT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
 
  • Newborn babies that are less than 7 days old.
  • Babies that require to be in an incubator. 
CHILD CHAIR REGULATIONS
Baby seats are accepted as hand luggage as long as it does not exceed the maximum accepted sizes for hand luggage and it can be accommodated in the upper compartments or under the customer's seat.
If you register the seat as luggage, it is subject to all charges of excess baggage, size and weight that apply.
Specifications of the type of seat approved for children:
  • Must meet all federal regulations for corresponding motor vehicles. Must be accredited for use in cars and aircraft.
The accompanying adult is responsible for:
  • Ensure that the seat works properly.
  • That the baby does not exceed the seat limits.
  • That the baby is properly secured in the seat.
  • That the seat is secured in the seat of the aircraft.