Can I take my CPAP or POC machine on board?
If necessary for you during your flight, you can take your CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machine with you on board. This is in addition to your cabin baggage allowance and free of charge.
You do not need to notify us about the machine prior to your flight.
POC - Portable Oxygen Concentrator
Passengers can take a Portable Oxygen Concentrator (POC) on board in carry-on baggage if it is essential to them due to medical reasons. Please note that the machine must fit under the seat in front of you. We need to be notified at least 48 hours prior to the flight so that we can add an SSR (POC) to the booking. Passengers are advised to send us an email at email@example.comLink opens in a new tab with the model and type of their POC. This is in addition to your cabin baggage allowance and free of charge.
APPROVED MODELS OF POC
The following is a list of approved models of POC on board our aircraft:
· AirSep FreeStyle
· AirSep LifeStyle
· AirSep Focus
· AirSep Freestyle 5
· (Caire) SeQual eQuinox / Oxywell (model 4000)
· Delphi RS-00400 / Oxus RS-00400
· DeVilbiss Healthcare iGo
· Inogen One
· Inogen One G2
· lnogen One G3
· lnova Labs LifeChoice Activox
· International Biophysics LifeChoice / lnova Labs LifeChoice
· Invacare XPO2 / XPO100
· Invacare Solo 2
· Oxylife Independence Oxygen Concentrator
· Precision Medical EasyPulse
· Respironics EverGo
· Respironics SimplyGo
· Sequal Eclipse
· SeQual SAROS
· VBox Trooper
Passengers should have a sufficient number of fully charged batteries for their medical equipment to cover the duration of the flight and possible delays. A maximum of 2 batteries are permitted in carry-on baggage and these must be individually protected to prevent short circuits. Battery terminals must be either recessed or packed to prevent contact with metal objects, including terminals (chargers) or other batteries.
Please note that due to security reasons breathing aids containing compressed gas or liquid oxygen are not permitted onboard.