- Expectant and nursing mothers are entitled to priority service. Therefore, if you are an expectant mother, please request priority service at a GOL counter at the airport.
- In order for you to travel safely and with peace of minda, please check with your doctor before you travel.
- See the rules for expectant mothers below:
- Up to 27 weeks when pregnant with a single child or 25 weeks when pregnant with twins: no medical certificate* is required.
- From 28 to 35 weeks when pregnant with a single child or from 26 to 31 weeks when pregnant with twins: expectant mothers must fill out the
Declaration of Responsibility form provided by GOL (download it here).
- From the beginning of the 36th week to the end of the 37th week when pregnant with a single child or from the beginning of the 32nd week to the end of the 37th week when pregnant with twins: expectant mothers must present a medical certificate* that is valid for 30 days.
- As of week 38 of pregnancy, for both types of pregnancy: expectant mothers may only board in situations of extreme necessity and must fill out a
Declaration of Responsibility form (download it here) and be accompanied by an obstetrician.
- Air travel is not recommended from seven days before to seven days after childbirth.
*The certificate must be a dated original and include the signature, stamp and Regional Council of Medicine registry number of the doctor.
- If your pregnancy is considered risky, you need to
submit the MEDIF form to GOL at least 48 hours before the flight.
- For more information, visit
GOL’s Online Customer or consult a GOL employee at the airport.
If necessary, GOL will provide special payment conditions for companions of passengers with special needs.
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