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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    Aha. We're planning a trip over September & October, but haven't locked anything in as yet (saving furiously... Well, not at all at the moment... Oops), and have been wondering about travelling that late.


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    Sorry to crash thread just saw post about flying.
    Airlines will let you fly whenever you want. I rang up when I was pregnant with ds2 (qantas) and I was 34 weeks and she said we don't mind how far along you are, as long as your happy too,
    Virgin is the same.

    So I flew. It was fine. The air hostess upgraded our seats both trips so I was more comfortable and I got extra Icecream winning.

    I need to fly at 36-37w this time which makes me nervous.


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    I think the airline just requires you to have a letter from your doctor stating you're fit to travel for indemnity purposes.


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    I'm totally going to fly when I'm pregnant! Free upgrade & icecream sounds awesome!!!

    "...dreaming of a belly full of life..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    I think the airline just requires you to have a letter from your doctor stating you're fit to travel for indemnity purposes.


    Me = 34, DH = 34
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    Nope not even that. It's totally up to you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Funchu View Post
    I'm totally going to fly when I'm pregnant! Free upgrade & icecream sounds awesome!!!

    "...dreaming of a belly full of life..."
    Totes! I think I had like 6 tubs. Plus we got an extra seat so I could stretch out and be fat.


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    From the Qantas website:

    For travel after the first 28 weeks of your pregnancy: you need to carry a certificate or letter from a registered medical practitioner or registered midwife confirming:

    the estimated date of delivery
    whether it is a single or multiple pregnancy;
    and
    that there are no complications with your pregnancy


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    Yeah my family work for qantas - I fly as staff, so we get certain perks. Like business class for only $10 lol :-D
    It's not just the flying at that time, it's the possible going into labour in a third world country (or on the plane!!) that disturbs me. I'm not going to fly at 40weeks lol so skipping April it is!! :-/

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    Agreed!


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    Yeah I saw that on the site but when I rang they said something different and no one asked me for a cert. So who knows lol.

    Oh I totally wouldnt fly overseas pregnant, only domestic


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    Yeah, guessing they probably need to have it written on their website, so in case of any issues they can say people are advised.


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