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user1460551377 Thu 21-Apr-16 14:35:16

Will be flying to France when 30/32 weeks ..... Anyone recommend insurers to cover this? I know I've to get medical cert from Drs ....
Cheers ma dears X

isthatmytshirt Thu 21-Apr-16 14:48:55

There is one specifically for late pregnancy. I had to use it, and so many insurance things have small print that excluded so many of the things you'd want. Let me check if I have the emails still to find out their name...

isthatmytshirt Thu 21-Apr-16 14:55:20

I think it is AllClear. Though read their info carefully to be sure! Also check with the airline, as I found some airlines cut off at 28 weeks (though I was doing a 20hr flight, so France may be better).

mummymeister Thu 21-Apr-16 15:10:16

Speak to the airlines first and make sure you can find one that will take you. then before you go to the expense of travel insurance you will at least know if this is possible. if not it might be the train and chunnel is the way to go.

1angrydwarf Thu 21-Apr-16 15:12:37

And the other really important thing to check is if your baby would be covered as a separate person were he/she delivered early.

user1460551377 Thu 21-Apr-16 16:51:03

Thanks everyone - really helpful X chocolate

mmmminx Thu 21-Apr-16 16:56:53

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

isthatmytshirt Thu 21-Apr-16 17:17:52

Ravenhall!!! That was them. Not All Clear. Ravenhall were the ones I used, and were very helpful on the phone, too.

Janek Sun 24-Apr-16 09:23:16

Came on to say Ravenhall, but was beaten to it. My friend used them.

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