Can I carry an oxygen concentrator?

If you want to carry an oxygen concentrator and use it on board, you must fill in the MEDIF form, in which your doctor will specify the expected consumption of oxygen. In the case of battery-powered concentrators, the batteries should be sufficient to ensure operation for 150% of the flight (e.g. 2h longer than the flight - in case of delays).

Here is a list of concentrators accepted on board our aeroplanes:

  • 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

Note! No MEDIF is required if you are not going to use an oxygen concentrator. Equipment of this type can be transported in your hand baggage.