Pregnancy Fit to Fly
✓ No Appointment Required. Simply Upload Pregnancy Notes
✓ QR Code Verification
✓ Same Day Letter [9am – 9pm]
About this certificate
Fit to Fly Pregnancy Letter
If you’re pregnant and planning to travel by air or cruise ship, you may require a letter confirming your fitness to travel. We offer a same-day service conducted entirely online, so no appointment is necessary. Our team of experienced medical professionals will assess your medical history and current health status to provide you with the necessary fitness to fly letter, ensuring that both you and your baby are safe to travel.
Our Fit to Fly Pregnancy Letter will confirm that you are Fit to Fly [or Cruise].
- Simple: 3 mins online form, no appointment required
- Speedy: Get your Letter within a few hours
- Verifiable: QR Code on every Doctors Letter
- UK Doctors: GMC Registered Doctor Signed Letters
- Fair: Full refund if we are unable to provide a Fit to Fly Certificate for Pregnancy
Flying When Pregnant
As long as you have no underlying health or pregnancy problems, most airlines will allow pregnant women to travel if they are:
- Less than 36 weeks Gestation [Singleton Pregnancy]
- Less than 32 weeks Gestation [Multiple Pregnancy]
How does it work?
We know it is not always that simple to get a Doctors Letter or proof to confirm that you are fit to fly
Following purchase of a Pregnant Fit to Fly Letter – you will be guided to upload your pregnancy and medical information including a copy of your recent antenatal notes. This is all undertaken via a simple questionnaire. It is confidential and secure.
Your evidence is reviewed by our Doctors who will then issue you with your Fit to Fly Letter. If our Doctors have any further questions then they may give you a quick call – it is that simple.
All of our Doctor Letters are Digital PDF Letters, on company headed paper, with the Doctors full name and GMC registration number.
*Please note that ZoomDoc are unable to complete any additional airline or cruise specific forms separate to this fit to fly letter.
Flying whilst pregnant with any known health problems or complications could put both yourself and your pregnancy at risk. Certain conditions will increase your risks and if you have previously been advised not to fly for any reason or that you have any risk factors, our Doctors will not be able to provide a letter.
*If your BMI is raised and above 30 at the start of your pregnancy, our team will unfortunately not be able to provide you with a fitness to fly letter. This is due to your increased risk of developing a deep vein thrombosis [blood clots] whilst flying.
** If you have a more complicated pregnancy with underlying health conditions or risk factors – our Doctors will not be able to provide you with a letter as it will be safer for you to be assessed in person.
*** Risk factors that would deem your pregnancy to be more complicated and high risk and would preclude our doctors from being able to provide a pregnancy fit to fly letter include any current or previous history of a: Blood Clot or DVT, High Blood Pressure, Miscarriage after 18 weeks gestation, Heart Condition, Severe Anaemia, Sickle Cell Disease, Epilepsy, Lung Condition, Pre-Eclampsia or a Low Lying Placenta.
Your Pregnancy Fit to Fly Letter:
Medical & Pregnancy Information Requested:
✓ A Photo / Image of your Passport
✓ Your Estimated Delivery Date
✓ Gestation at time of Departure Flight
✓ Gestation at time of your Return Flight
✓ Any underlying health or pregnancy related issues
✓ A copy or picture of your antenatal clinical notes
✓ Your regular NHS GP details (if you have one)
When to test
Frequently Asked Questions
What will happen after I purchase a Pregnancy Fit to Fly Letter
After purchase we will provide you with your unique certificate booking reference number to allow you to upload your medical information.
Once you have uploaded your medical information, our team of Doctors will review it on the same day 9am-6pm (7 days a week).
Once validated - we will send across your Pregnancy Fit to Fly Letter by email & sms.
Our Doctors may call you if they have any questions.
What medical evidence will I require?
We will require you to:
✓ Upload Photo / Image of your Passport or Workplace ID
✓ Complete a medical questionnaire
✓ Upload an image of your Antenatal Clinical Notes
QR Codes on Letters?
Our Medical Letters have QR codes that can be scanned to verify the documents authenticity at any time.
When the QR code is scanned - it loads a portal to review your Letter online and confirms all of your personal details within the Letter.
Do you provide a refund?
We only provide full refunds if we are unable to provide a Medical Letter.
After we have provided a medical letter we are unable to process a refund.
When will I receive my Letter?
Our team will review your evidence and provide you with your letter on the same day that evidence has been uploaded between 9am-6pm GMT [7 days a week.]
Who signs the Pregnancy Fit to Fly Medical Letter?
Our UK Doctors at ZoomDoc Health sign your Medical Letter.
We are a regulated, UK regulated healthcare service.
All of our Doctors are registered with the UK General Medical Council.
What If I do not have access to my antenatal notes
Unfortunately we are unable to provide a pregnancy fit to fly letter without verifiable evidence that you are having regular antenatal care.
All patients in the UK are provided with access to their pregnancy notes which are usually hand written or they may have access to an App with the same information.
Get in touch
We’re happy to help
If you have any queries please check our list of frequently asked questions or get in touch with one of our experts who will be happy to help.
” Our amazing 5 Star Trustpilot reviews are testament to the high quality service that our team of Doctors provide. We know that it is not that easy to access doctors to get medical letters, so we have simplified the process. After answering a few simple questions, our team will be able to provide you with a Pregnancy Fit to Fly letter for your holiday or flight. Our Pregnancy Fit to Fly letters are recognised Internationally by all airlines and have QR codes on them so as to confirm their validity when shown to your airline. “
Dr Kenny Livingstone. GP & ZoomDoc Chief Medical Officer.