Air Dolomiti is part of Lufthansa regional group.
Tel: +39 045 2886140
Air Italy does not provide oxygen on board their aircraft and does not allow you to carry your own oxygen provisions.
Tel: +356 2364 5300
Air One is part of Alitalia.
Tel: +39 06 48880069
Alitalia does not allow you to take your own oxygen on board their aircraft. However, they will provide this at an additional charge. This is available in a flow rate of 2 litres or 4 litres per minute. In order to accommodate this, let them know during the booking stage, as it is only available on certain flights. A medical form will also need to be submitted by your doctor.
You need to be accompanied by somebody who can take care of your needs during the flight. Alitalia allow you to take the following types of concentrators on board their aircraft:
Livingston provide oxygen on board their aircraft, but you are not allowed to take your own oxygen supply. They provide oxygen with a continuous flow rate of 2 or 4 litres per minute. You may be allowed to carry your concentrator, but it must be switched off. You need to request oxygen when you are making a reservation. This must be done at least 72 hours before the flight.
Tel: +39 0331 267334
Meridiana provide oxygen on board at no additional cost but it must be booked at least 72 hours before the flight. Oxygen can only be provided at a flow rate of 4 litres per minute. A medical certificate will also need to presented during check-in.
Tel: +39 0789 52682
For the latest information on the smaller airlines please use the contact details below.
Air Vallée does not provide oxygen on board their aircraft. You can take your own oxygen cylinders or concentrator, but you need to ask the airline for permission. They may ask for a certificate of conformity of your device.
Blu Express does not provide oxygen on board their aircraft and does not allow you to carry your own oxygen provisions.