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I'm pregnant. What does that mean for my travel assistance?

Are you travelling by plane? For any air travel from the 28th week of pregnancy onwards, you must have a written approval from your doctor/gynaecologist confirmed by the airline doctor.

Any pregnancy complication is covered by us. A birth (including premature) is not a complication and therefore not covered.

A baby born during your travel abroad is covered only from his/her arrival in Belgium. You must then take the necessary steps to have the baby included as an additional insured.