Fit To Fly Health Certificate

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What Is a Fit to Fly Certificate?

A standard Fit to Fly Certificate (or FTF Certificate) is a document signed by a GP stating that your pre-existing medical conditions won’t pose a health risk to you whilst flying. In order to receive a FTF Certificate, you must first be assessed by a doctor.

Get Your Fit to Fly Certificate UK

Our GMC-registered doctors provide same-day Fit To Fly Certificates. Book a telephone consultation for just £50. Following your consultation, the doctor will prepare your certificate and you will be invoiced £35 for the certificate which will be emailed to you. Once the payment has been made your certificate will be emailed to you.

*If the doctor cannot get through to you, they will always try again several times during your chosen booking window. Please rest assured, your certificate will be ready same day as your appointment.

All FTF certificates are signed by the doctor on letter headed paper with the consulting doctors GMC registration details.

Please note it is your responsibility to check the individual travel requirements with the airline and/or embassy. Please check whether you need a Covid-19 test and the time the certificate needs to be dated and book accordingly.

Our clinic does not provide PCR COVID-19 testing. Our certificates are a statement of fact. If you have a PCR Covid-19 test result, please kindly email these to [email protected] in time for your appointment.

*We do provide ‘Covid-19 Recovery’ Certificates. We also provide ‘Face Mask/Covering Exemption’ Letters if needed.

**We DO NOT provide Fit to Fly Certificates for pregnant patients.

Gogodoc should NOT be used in possible medical emergencies or situations that may require urgent medical attention. If you think that your situation, or someone else’s, is or might become an emergency, you should IMMEDIATELY STOP using Gogodoc and call 999.

Examples are:
Severe chest pain, Difficulty breathing, Active or severe bleeding, Loss of consciousness, Slurred speech, Facial Drooping, Inability to move an arm or leg, Acute confused state, Fits/seizures, Major trauma, A rash that doesn’t disappear under a glass tumbler being pressed against it, Possible stroke or heart attack, Swallowing a foreign object such as a battery, Sudden loss of vision or hearing.

£50 (9AM – 9PM) 

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