In most airlines it is allowed to travel with a baby from 7 days old. However, the policies and conditions for your trip, as well as the corresponding luggage, will depend on each airline. We remind you that this category includes infants up to 2 years old.
For minors traveling unaccompanied, certain formats or authorizations are required depending on the country of origin.
Most airlines offer escort service for these cases, which may have an additional cost.
The IATA (International Air Transport Association) recommends traveling until 36 weeks of pregnancy when there have been no complications. However, each airline establishes its conditions, and may require a medical certificate that certifies the passenger's ability to travel depending on the week of pregnancy determined.
Adults over 60 years of age are considered senior citizens. Most airlines have an escort service to provide personalized attention in your documentation process, boarding and during the flight until you reach your destination. This may have an additional cost.