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Oxygen concentrator​

If you have your own Portable Oxygen Concentrator (POC) and you need to use it on your journey please keep in mind that, according to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Safety Regulations, the only models approved for use on board planes are:

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


VBox Trooper

Your AirSep Lifestyle device must have a sticker affixed to the inside cover that says "RTCA/DO-1600 21 category M Compliant" to indicate it has been modified for flights. If your device does not have this AirSep Lifestyle label, it cannot be used on board the aircraft.​​

If you want to use your own concentrator please note the following:

When making your reservation

  • You must report that you intend to use your own POC during the flight, and clearly specify the manufacturer and model.​
  • If you have a connecting flight with another airline, including codeshare flights not operated by us, you will be solely and independently responsible for notifying the other airline and organizing all the relevant procedures. 
  • The current FAA regulations allow airlines to accept portable oxygen concentrators (POC), but it is not mandatory. Some airlines may not accept POCs or may require the additional payment of a fee, which must be borne entirely by the passenger.
  • We don't supply accessories or nasal cannulas for any type of concentrator.

  • In order to verify your POC, you need to Check In at our airport counters.
  • To use your POC during your flight, you need to provide an original and a copy of your medical certificate​ at the airport, either using our form or your physician’s form.
  • You must carry your concentrator with you and show it to our employees as required.
  • For device operation safety, you should not be close to people smoking while at the airport.
  • POCs to be used during flights are not included as part of your carry-on baggage.


If you wish to carry a POC that will not be used in flight, it will be included as part your carry-on baggage or free baggage allowance, under the following conditions for replacement battery packaging:

  • POCs should only be used with the battery having been previously charged on ground. You should make sure you have battery charge for 150% of the estimated flying time; e.g. if you travel is scheduled to last 4 hours, you must make sure to have battery for 6 hours. It is important to check replacement batteries are carried in safe cases, preventing short-circuits or having isolated edges; you should carry them in your hand luggage.
  • Please consider the connection time period. In this case, please calculate the number of batteries described about for the second flight.
  • Replacement batteries may be accepted in the following amounts:
    • Replacement batteries not exceeding 100wh (lithium-ion) or up to 2 grams of lithium (lithium metal) have no number restrictions and you may carry as many as necessary for the device operation.
    • Only 2 batteries per passenger between 100wh and 160wh (lithium-ion) or with 2 to 8 grams of lithium (lithium metal) are allowed.
    • Batteries exceeding 160wh (lithium-ion) or with over 8 grams of lithium (lithium metal) will not be allowed.
  • You are responsible for carrying batteries for your POC operation, because we cannot provide them or supply energy in flight.
  • You may not take the exit-row seats.
  • As possible, please take a window seat or a seat near the regular exit doors.
  • Put your POC under the seat in front of you.
  • CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) Breathing Assistance devices cannot be used on board.


You are responsible for the use (hearing/noticing alarms and indicators as may be transmitted by your POC and taking action accordingly), and for your device maintenance. Otherwise, we may suggest you travel with a qualified companion.