TagAirlines - Cheap domestic and international flights


Women less than 7 months pregnant

You can travel without a medical certificate, as long as it is verified that you do not have an additional impediment.

Women more than 7 months pregnan

After the seventh month, you must sign the Release of Liability Form,, exonerating the airline from any setbacks related to your condition.

You must present a certificate from your doctor authorizing you to make the trip and indicating what month of pregnancy you are.

On international flights, when the trip is to be made 7 days in advance of the date of delivery, a medical certificate issued no more than 72 hours prior to the date of travel is required and said certificate must indicate that you are physically fit to travel and that the probable date of delivery is after the date of the last flight.

Boarding will be denied if physical samples are presented that indicate the beginning of labor. If the passenger is already on board and has any obvious problem with the crew, she may be overloaded at any time.

Women with newborn babies

If they need to travel, they must wait until the baby is at least 7 days old


Children between 0 - 23 months of age are considered babies and must always travel accompanied by an adult.
A baby between 0-24 months of age does not occupy a seat since she travels in the arms of an adult. Infant rate will apply, consult terms and conditions..
If a passenger is traveling with more than one infant, a ticket must be purchased for the additional infant(s).

Travel is not accepted

Babies less than 7 days old.
Babies requiring the use of an incubator.

Infant seat regulations

Child seats are accepted as carry-on baggage as long as they do not exceed the maximum dimensions for carry-on baggage and can be stowed in the overhead bins or under the passenger seat.

If you check a seat as baggage, that seat will be subject to all applicable oversized and overweight baggage charges..

Specifications of the approved type of child seat:

You must comply with all federal regulations applicable to motor vehicles.
They must be approved for use in automobiles and aircraft.

The accompanying adult is responsible for:

Ensure that the seat functions properly.
That the baby does not exceed the limits of the seat.
That the baby is properly secured in the seat.
That the seat is secured in the aircraft seat.