Help us make your flight as comfortable as possible. At LAN we offer solutions for various medical needs. Request them in advance at our Contact Center or LAN offices.
If you have a health condition that requires special attention, you must inform us so that we can evaluate the conditions under which you can fly. Ask your doctor to fill in the form, or, if you prefer, to give you a medical certificate containing the following information:
- Personal details of the patient and the treating doctor.
- Detail of the diagnosis.
- Declaration in which it is clearly stated whether the patient is in an adequate condition to fly.
- In the case of contagious illnesses, the certificate must indicate that there is no risk to the other passengers on board.
- Specify any services needed during the journey.
Upon submission, the document must be no more than 10 days old, and, in the case of severe mental disorders, no more than 7 days old. The certificate is subject to evaluation by the LAN medical team.
Where do I go to submit it?
The Medical Certificate must be an original (not a photocopy) and must be submitted to Sales Offices and/or the Contact Center at least 48 working hours before the flight, except in the case of all LAN Colombia flights, for which it must be delivered 12 working hours before the flight.
Are you still not sure if you need Medical Certification?
You must show one if :
- You need a stretcher, oxygen or an incubator.
- You are 28 weeks pregnant or more (except in Colombia, where this restriction applies from the 30th week of pregnancy).
- You are less than 32 weeks pregnant with complications.
- You are traveling with a newborn baby up to 7 days old.
- You are traveling with a baby that requires oxygen or monitoring of any kind.
- You have had surgery within the last 10 days.
- If you are suffering from cancer or any other terminal illness.
- You are accompanying a passenger with a high-risk mental or psychological disability.
- You have a contagious disease.
- Disabled people and people with reduced mobility do not need to supply proof of disability or reduced mobility (whether medical or of any other type) to justify the assistance they have requested. Nonetheless, where the passenger’s state of health is such that it gives rise to reasonable doubt as to whether the passenger will be able to safely complete the flight without requiring help during it, the company may examine whether the passenger is in condition to take the flight and request information for this examination.