Expecting a baby? Congratulations! Keiki are one of our most precious guests—even when you’re doing the carrying.
To make sure journeys on Hawaiian Airlines are comfortable and safe for expectant mothers, soon-to-be-born babies and newborns, we have some safe travel guidelines.
In good health, not experiencing medical complications or distress and not planning to travel within seven days of your due date, then you’re good to fly with us.
If you are not in good health or are in distress, then for your safety we may not allow you to board your flight. A Hawaiian Airlines airport customer service agent may consult our medical advisor to determine whether you’re fit to travel.
You’ll need a medical certificate from your doctor to be permitted to fly on Hawaiian Airlines.
Your obstetrician will need to examine you within 48 hours of your scheduled departure and provide a written certification that you’re medically fit to travel.
We’ll ask you to bring a medical certificate from your doctor.
For more information, please visit our Domestic or International Contract of Carriage.