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Unaccompanied Minors and YPTAs:

Guests who are under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult of 18 years or more, if they have to fly on AirAsia.

However, the guests who are more than 12 years of age but less than 16 years, are allowed to travel unaccompanied on the condition that their parents or guardian signs a Release and Indemnity form at the checkin counter. No such forms are required to be filled if the passenger is in age group of 16-18 years. However, in both the cases, the passengers of 12-18 age groups are not allowed to accompany a passenger of less than 12 years of age.

Pregnant Women:

AirAsia allows pregnant women of up to 27 weeks of pregnancy to fly without requirement of a medical certificate. However, There is a requirement to fill the Liability Statement of the carrier at the check-in counters.

For those pregnant women who are in 28-34 week period of their pregnancy, there is an additional requirement to furnish a doctor letter or medical certificate that confirms the number of weeks she is pregnant. The pregnant women should have got this certificate/letter not later than 30 days from the date of travel.

Women who are pregnant for more than 35 weeks are not allowed to fly on AirAsia.

Reduced Mobility:

You are in need of wheelchair assistance or ambulift, you will have to inform the carrier well in advance- at least 48 hours before scheduled departure. This can be done through Live Chat facility or calling the call centre. 

Damanpreet kaur

Posted on 12-Nov-2022
I will be completing my 7 months on 18 november and i have a flight tomorrow. My doctor is on leave but i have reports which shows the low risk pregnency. Can i travel without medical certificate ?

Admin Reply :

You will have to speak to the airline directly on this. We would only suggest that you have Fit to Fly certificate.

Joy L.Hsu

Posted on 28-Dec-2019
Hi on jan.14 i will turn 8 months preggy.i want to go back in taiwan to gave birth there can i still ride an airplane going back there?is it only medical certificate required?thank you .

Admin Reply :

If you are pregnant for 35 weeks or more at the time of flight, you will not be allowed. If pregnancy is in 28th to 35th week, you need a doctor Fit to Fly certificate which states that it is safe for you to fly, mentions the progress of pregnancy,  single or multiple pregnancies and that there is no complication associated with it.


Posted on 11-Aug-2017
Hi, I'm 33weeks pregnant and wanted to fly next week end from Bangalore to Hyderabad.I have my medical records stating my pregnancy due dates.Do I need any more documents to fly??

Admin Reply :

If you are less than 34 weeks pregnant from the date of flight but more than 24 weeks, you are required to submit a certificate from doctor stating that you are fit to fly. This certificate shall not be older than 30 days from the scheduled date of travel. 


Posted on 08-Aug-2016
can i print the ypta form in web online? if the kids fly with guardians it the parents must be in airport until flight airborne? if got any acknowledge form signed by parents.?

Admin Reply :

If kids are flying with guardians, parents are not required to  be present at airport. Guardians must be able to satisfy the airline officials that they are the guardians of the child. YPTA form is available at check in counters. But, if travelling with guardian, it is not a case of YPTA. 

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