When is it not required to request special assistance?
Cases in which it is not required to fill in a MEDIF form:
- Blind or visually impaired persons,
- Deaf persons,
- Disabled passenger with intellectual or developmental disability needing assistance to/from the aircraft, at the airport or during the flight (DPNA),
- Elderly persons,
- Pregnant women until the 32nd week of pregnancy,
- Passengers with limited mobility,
- Passengers who need to use a sleep therapy device/continuous positive airway pressure machines (CPAP) during the flight as long as there are no other health complications/problems, qualify the passenger to provide a medical certificate.
- Passengers with a cast dressing,
- Diabetics travelling with an insulin pump or making hypodermic injections.
You are not required to submit any medical documentation if:
- you are diabetic and need to make an injection during a flight or use PEN-type products;
- you move with crutches, a stick or a walker.