Wheelchairs (WCHR): The particular wheelchair requirement of a passenger is identified by the use of the following AIRIMP codes:
Passengers who do not require medical clearance but do require a wheelchair should declare at reservations time and Passengers who arrive at the Airport in their own wheelchair and wish to take it with them to their destination will be allowed to retain the use of their wheelchair until boarding the aircraft. Arrangements will be made for the chair to be taken from the passenger after embarkation and loaded into the hold of the aircraft.
Note: Regarding to Meraj Air Regulation and Aircraft capacity, we can provide the wheelchair services for passengers who informed us their request by booking.
TRAVELING WHILE PREGNANT
Pregnancy should not be seen as a condition which limits your lifestyle or a reason to postpone your travel plans. As long as you are not suffering from any medical complications during this special time, you can travel as you normally would.
Medical report specifically for flying
There are a few steps to follow before you plan to travel while pregnant:
If there are risks concerning diabetes, hypertension, premature birth or miscarriage, your doctor may not permit you to fly.
Pregnant passengers can fly between the start of the 28th week of pregnancy and the end of the 35th week, as long as they can present a medical report issued in last 3 days before flight time indicating that there are no issues with flying. However, pregnant passengers in the 36th week of their pregnancy or later will not be allowed to fly, even if they present a medical report.
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