Aeroflot can only provide oxygen on board before and after the flight and in cases of an emergency. They do not allow you to take your own oxygen on board their aircraft.
Domodedovo Airlines does not provide oxygen on board their aircraft and does not allow you to carry your own oxygen on board.
Tel: + 7 (495) 504 03 26
Rossiya airlines does allow you to take your own oxygen cylinders on board their aircraft and this must be arranged at the time of booking.
S7 Sibir Airlines allow you to take your own oxygen on board their aircraft. This must be less than 10 kg in weight and you must inform the arline at the time of booking.
Transaero will allow you to bring your own oxygen on board their aircraft. However, they will also provide this service free of charge at a flow rate of 2 or 4 litres per minute. This service must be ordered at the time of booking. A form must be also be completed by your doctor stating the need of oxygen and the flow rate required.
Ural Airlines can only provide emergency oxygen but allow you to bring your own oxygen on board the flight. They must be informed on the bulk size of the cylinder to see whether that particular cylinder can be brought on board. A certificate on the expiry date of the cylinder will also be required (written in Russian). A medical certificate will also be required; this must contain both the hospital stamp and doctors signature.
Tel: +7 (343) 345 36 45