Pregnancy is simply a natural biological process which lasts 9 to 10 months. For most women, flying during pregnancy is perfectly fine. The ideal time to travel is between 14 to 28 weeks. During these weeks, your energy has returned, morning sickness is improved or gone and you are able to get around easily. But you should avoid flying if you have a medical condition or pregnancy complications that maybe worst by flying or could require emergency medical care. And no matter how you choose to travel, always think ahead about your comfort and safety.


1. Talk with your OB-GYN before you travel

2. Go for a check up before your trip.

3. Let your OB-GYN check your vaccinations before travel.

4. Pack your health insurance policy papers.

5. Ask for suggestions of Doctors and hospitals at your destination, just in case.

6. Find out the airline booking restrictions for pregnant women.

7. Book an aisle seat if you can.

8. Pack snacks.

9. Bring your own pillow.

10. Avoid carbonated drinks before or during your flight.

11. Wear your seat belt at all times.

12. Walk around a few times during your flight. move your feet, toes and legs.

13.  Wear  loose fitting clothing and comfortable shoes.

14. Drink plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration.

15. Wear compress socks to prevent swelling and blood clots and fatigue.