You can fly with everything that is necessary to meet your specific medical needs, but it's important that you go over our recommendations and restrictions.
The Volaris crew is not authorized to administer any type of medication. If you must medicate during the flight and you can't do it on your own, , you'll need to travel with someone who can assist you.
If you have an allergy to any service animal on board, a flight attendant can help you with a change of seat (subject to availability). Consider that airplanes are public places, so we can't guarantee that they are allergen-free spaces.
Due to safety issues and air restrictions, with Volaris it is not possible to transport incubators or stretchers on board for any reason.
If you are ill, you don’t need to bring a medical certificate. However, people with the following conditions will can't travel: diphtheria, tuberculosis, hepatitis, smallpox, measles, meningitis, open or bleeding wounds, or recovery from recent surgery.