FlySafe

13/02/2018
IFALPA BRIEFING LEAFLET
Pregnancy and Flying

Pregnancy is a normal physiological condition and not an illness; however, associated physiological changes may affect a pilot's performance. Additionally, flying pregnant may present a risk to the fetus, particularly during the first trimester. Each pregnancy should be reviewed on an individual basis with both a gynecologist and an aviation examiner familiar with flight crew duties. Whether a pregnant pilot chooses to stop flying immediately or to continue flying during her pregnancy, the decision is hers. The following information is meant to educate, not to dictate. 


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