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Passengers travelling with a medical certificate

Passengers on stretchers

  • We can only carry passengers on stretchers in our B737 aircraft.
  • Only one person on a stretcher can travel on board a plane.
  • The passenger is required to have with them a completed copy of a Medical Information (MEDIF) form - download FORM.
  • For the information about the cost of travel on a stretchers please contact our Call Center.
  • PLEASE NOTE: In order to ensure the highest possible quality of care, please provide us with the details of your needs no less than 72 hours before departure.

Passengers travelling with an oxygen cylinder

Passengers wishing to bring an oxygen cylinder on board the flight are required to pay a fee for each stage of the journey operated by LOT (LO), in accordance with the following price list:

  • Domestic flight - 150 EUR or its equivalent
  • International flight - 150 EUR or its equivalent
  • Intercontinental flight - 300 EUR or its equivalent

The passenger is required to have with them a completed copy of a Medical Information (MEDIF) form - link to MEDIF.
PLEASE NOTE: In order to ensure the highest possible quality of care, please provide us with the details of your needs no later than 72 hours before departure.

Pregnant women

Up to the thirty-second week of their pregnancy, pregnant women may travel with their doctor's consent without needing a medical certificate.
After the thirty-second week, they are required to complete a Medical Information (MEDIF) form - link to MEDIF.

Passengers travelling with infants under seven days old

Passengers travelling with infants under seven days old are required to complete a Medical Information (MEDIF) form - link to MEDIF.
PLEASE NOTE: Incubators are not permitted on board our aircraft.

Diabetics

Our personnel are not authorised to provide assistance in giving injections during a flight. Diabetics who need to give themselves injections during a flight are not required to produce any additional documentation if they are using PEN-type products.