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

If you are flying from the 28th week of your pregnancy, you will need written approval from both your doctor and the airline to take the flight.

Every pregnancy complication is of course covered by us, but a birth (including premature birth) is not a complication and therefore not covered. The baby is not protected by our travel assistance after the birth (abroad) either.