Cervical teratomas are rare but life-threatening neonatal tumors and management of the fetus with a cervical teratoma that threatens the airway remains a clinical challenge. This has been revolutionized by advances in fetal imaging and management of the airway at delivery including the use of Ex-utero Intrapartum Treatments (EXIT procedures). We present a retrospective case series of three neonates managed over a 12-month period. Following pre-natal fetal MRI and a multi-disciplinary management approach, two newborns were managed by prompt post-natal endotracheal intubation while an EXIT procedure was required in one. All three underwent surgical resection in the first few days of life. A decision regarding the best means by which to manage the airway in fetal cer vical teratoma requires fetal MRI and a multi-disciplinary team approach to determine whether EXIT, or a safer approach from a maternal perspective can be employed. We also recommend routine endotracheal intubation at birth, due to the risk of spontaneous intra-tumoral hemorrhage. The need for surgery should be planned early, as rapid growth of the tumor can threaten the viability of the overlying skin and surrounding structures.