When traveling, you should take along a list of treatment centres in the country you are visiting, plus a letter from your doctor (in that country's language) that explains your haemophilia care. It is also advised to check with airlines and country representation when planning your trip and before starting your travel. More tips on preparing for a holiday or trip abroad can be found at the World Federation of Hemophilia Web site.
You should also plan to discuss any travel plans with your local haemophilia centre so it can offer advice on the haemophilia/bleeding condition treatment centre that is closest to where you are staying. Other national haemophilia organizations can also be a source of assistance if needed while traveling. These are listed in Passport.