What you should know before you make a reservation.
As explained in "To Ensure a Comfortable, Enjoyable Journey," the passenger's health may deteriorate due to flight time, high altitudes and the cabin environment. Stress and the physical challenges of a complex airport environment should not be overlooked as well. Considering these points, company medical clearance is required of passengers who have undergone recent surgery, who are ill or have been ill or injured, or who are using medical equipment at home. The objective of medical clearance is to provide safe, healthy travel, and a high level of customer satisfaction and to prevent delays and diversions as a result of deterioration in the passenger's condition.
The following passengers require medical clearance. JAL's medical information sheet (MEDIF) must be presented to your local JAL office or Priority Guest Center, which will provide the final clearance.
For details, please see "Passengers Not Suited for Air Travel."