Health & Medical Information
- The air pressure in the cabin is equal to the atmospheric pressure at a height of 2,300 meters (7,000 feet).
- Flight attendants have received basic first-aid training, but do not have authorization to perform injections on patients; they also have the duty to maintain the state of the entire airplane and thus do not have time to provide passengers with special treatment.
- The space available for moving around and the comfort conditions of the cabin are limited by the technical state of the plane.
- Patients with heart disease in serious or dangerous state. For example: serious heart failure; patients with cyanosis symptom or myocardial infarction (patients who have suffered myocardial infarction within six weeks of the flight).
- Infants younger than 14 days old.
- Women whose pregnancy has exceeded 36 weeks should not travel. Women whose pregnancy has reached 32 weeks must present a certificate signed by a doctor which confirms the estimated date of delivery and informs that there are no implications.