Girls.....could you let me know after how many weeks is it advisable not to fly?? Is it 30/32 weeks?
Check out FlightHealth.org.
Most airlines allow you to fly up to 35 weeks, but some place restrictions from as early as 28 weeks for long-haul flights. If you get a letter from your GP or consultant confirming that it's safe for you to fly, however, you should be grand.
If you are going outside Ireland be careful re travel medical insurance - I wanted to fly to US for a wedding when I would have been 34 weeks, airline was fine with it but couldn't get travel insurance that would cover me past 32 weeks.
you should also have a look at your health insurance travel policy