Can I travel if I have a minor case of an infectious disease/skin condition?
You may travel if you have a medical certificate or doctor’s letter confirming you are fit to fly.
Please be advised that a medical certificate shall not be dated more than 7 days from the date of travel and you are also required to sign a Limited Liability Statement upon check in confirming that you are fit to travel.
|Illness||When may guests travel?|
|Chicken Pox||5 days after the rash first appeared, providing the spots are scabbed over|
|Measles||5 days after the rash first appeared|
|Mumps||5 days after the swelling first started|
|Rubella||5 days after the rash first appeared|
|Tuberculosis||If medical certificate proves that the guest is not infectious|
|Whooping Cough||5 days after starting antibiotic treatment or 3 weeks after the onset of symptoms if not treated|
All airlines reserve the right to decline to carry passengers with medical conditions which may deteriorate during the journey.We have the right to refuse any passengers that we feel may not be fit to travel. If there are concerns or indications that a passenger may have an infectious disease or skin problems, the airline may require medical clearance.
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