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Most airlines allow pregnant women to fly until the end of the 35th week for single pregnancies and the end of the 32nd week for multiple births (i.e. twins) , whereupon expectant mothers are strictly advised not to fly. After 28 weeks you need to carry a certificate from your doctor or midwife confirming the estimated date of delivery and that there are no complications with your pregnancy. Please also check your travel insurance terms. If you have any other questions, please contact us.
Yes, American Express Travel Insurance offers a range of policies including single trip, annual and family cover. Please find more information via “Get travel insurance” or contact the insurance team for advice.
For medical advice about your holiday destination or journey, including vaccinations, please contact your family doctor or local travel clinic. Please allow time to have any necessary (or recommended) immunisations in good time.
If you have an issue with a travel provider whilst traveling, it’s usually best to speak directly with the travel provider (airline, hotel or car rental company). If you have a complaint post-holiday, please contact us.
Yes – as required for your travel booking. For more information, please view our Privacy Statement here.
– Your passport with at least 6 months validity from the return date.
– It is vital that the name on the booking exactly matches the name on the passport.
– Name changes later will incur a fee and could stop you boarding.
– Any necessary visas.
– Your printed itinerary/ voucher/ticket confirmation.