General guidelines for medical clearance

General Guidelines for Medical Clearance is required by the airline’s medical department if the passenger.

(A) Suffers from any disease which is believed to be actively contagious and communicable.

(B) is likely to be a hazard or cause discomfort to other passengers because of the physical or behavioral condition.

(C) Is considered to be a potential hazard to the safety or punctuality of the flight including the possibility of diversion of the flight or an unscheduled landing.

(D) is incapable of caring for himself and requires special assistance.

(E) Has a medical condition which may be adversely affected by the flight environment.

Passengers not falling into the above categories normally do not need medical clearance, however, if in doubt, medical advice should be obtained.