Fitness to Fly


fit2fly  doctors are an experienced airline medical doctors. Part of an airline medical doctor’s role is to ensure passengers with complex health issues, chronic illnesses and mobility problems safely travel to their onward destinations.

Occasionally passengers require help simply with wheelchairs, others needing supplemental oxygen when flying, whilst others become ill abroad and needed repatriating home. The ‘fitness to fly service’ offered by fit2fly can assess all passengers wanting to fly whether this be for circumstances like simple fractures, Pregnancy, infectious diseases like chickenpox, previous DVT, heart attacks, strokes, sleep apnoea, congenital heart problems, disabilities, mobility issues, fear of flying or even travelling with a terminal illness to visit relatives, friends or for hospital assessments. Help and advice on how to manage these issues safely or where to go for assessments usually means passengers can be confident when travelling.

A standard MEDIF ( Medical Information Form) can be downloaded here, information which most airlines require.

General Fitness to fly information can be gained from the UK CAA here