Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Travelling During Pregnancy - MAS & Air Asia

Assalamualaikum,

Ini entry yang dah berkebuk duduk dalam draft. Aku amik dari blog Sisanizu kalau tak silapla. Amik time pregnant dulu lagi. Untuk rujukan sebab masa tu aku nak fly ke Sabah.. Tapi lepas copy simpan je dalam draft. Lupa nak edit sikit-sikit then publish. 

Untuk pengetahuan bakal ibu yang akan travel dengan MAS atau Air Asia.. 

Malaysia Airlines (MAS)

If you are travelling during pregnancy, you will require a letter from a doctor or midwife confirming good health and expected date of delivery should be made available for verification beyond the 28th week of pregnancy. Medical clearance is required for pregnant women if delivery is expected in less than 5 weeks after the departure date or if any complications in delivery may be expected.



The following are cases not recommended for women to travel:

  • After 32nd week of pregnancy for those with multiple pregnancies (e.g. twins).
  • After 35th week of pregnancy for international flights.
  • After 36th week of pregnancy for domestic sectors.
  • Until 7 days after delivery.

AirAsia 

Pregnant Passengers: It is the duty of pregnant passengers to advise of the progress of their pregnancy at the point of booking of seat and at the check-in counter. Carriage of pregnant passengers is subject to the following conditions:

(a)
Pregnancy up to 27 weeks (inclusive): accepted without a doctor's certificate subject to the passenger signing a Limited Liability Statement.

(b)
Pregnancy between 28 weeks to 34 weeks (inclusive): passenger shall produce a doctor's certificate confirming the number of weeks of pregnancy and that she is fit to travel. Certificate shall have been issued not more than seven (7) days before the scheduled flight departure date. The passenger will be required to sign a Limited Liability Statement.

(c)
Pregnancy 35 weeks and above: AirAsia will refuse carriage.



Aku tambah sket yang Air Asia ni sebab aku naik Air Asia je balik kampung after bersalin haritu.. Kalau MAS, 7 days after delivery dah bleh fly. Air Asia pulak tetapkan usia baby 9 hari baru boleh fly. Tambang pulak fix RM50.  Mahal la bagi aku. Aku amik tiket KB-KL, tiket dewasa RM49 je tapi tiket Shaheem fix RM50.  Walhal baby takde seat dan takde luggage. Kenapa nak charge baby sampai RM50. Ada sape-sape bleh explain?huhu

3 comments:

Liyana said...

x pnh naik flight, hehehehe

sisanizu said...

Hari tu sy naik flight baby 7 hari..naik air asia..hehe..dorang xtanya ms kt imigresen bagai tu..ms masuk plane pramugari tanya..sy sy ckp 11 hari..;)

sisanizu said...

Ms preggy 8 bulan ritu xjd naik flight g obersi tu...sbb takut...memandangkn beberapa kali check up 3rd trimester tu asyik darah rendah je kan..risiko baby lam perut