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We have your wellbeing in mind. If you need medical attention, check our recommendations before travelling.
If you want to use your own concentrator please note the following:
We don't supply accessories or nasal cannulas for any type of concentrator.
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:
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.
The document must be issued at the latest 10 days prior to departure of your flight. You may show it on your return trip; as long as no more than 1 month has elapsed and your health condition Is stable.
Below we reproduce a simple table taken from the Aeronautica Civil (Civil Aviation Authority) Medical Guide for Authorization of Passenger Transport, issued on May 31, 2016.
Note: For further details please consult the Original Medical Guide.
Yes*: All medical certificates we require from passengers to perform their trip must be issued at most 10 days prior to the travel date and that medical certificate will be valid from the return trip for up to 1 month in the absence of changes to the health condition.
NOTE: In cases where there is a difference in the number of days to fly, the treating physician and Airport Sanitation, the opinion of Sanitation prevails. Remember that for any air travel after any of the abovementioned situations, you must comply with the rest period set forth therein, otherwise you may endanger your life and that of other occupants of the aircraft.