Aer Arann provide oxygen on board their aircraft at a cost of 90 euros per fligh. Their cylinders provide a flow rate of 4 or 2 litres per minute. This must be booked at the time of reservation or at least 1 week prior to the flight. A recent doctor’s letter will be required, stating that you are fit to travel without medical assistance during the specific dates of your flights.
Tel: +353 818 210 210
Aer Lingus provide oxygen on board their aircraft at an additional cost of €100/£90/$140 per sector. Medical clearance is also required and you will need to contact Aer Lingus Special Assistance, on the number or email address below, at least 48 hours before you intend to fly.
Ryanair does not allow you to bring your own oxygen on board their aircraft but oxygen can be provided at a flow rate of 2 litres and 4 litres per minute, at an additional cost of £100 or 100 euros.
Some portable oxygen concentrators on board. To request permission, please call the Special Assistance Line on +44 871 2460003, preferably on the same day as making a booking or at the latest 7 days before your flight.
For the latest information on the smaller airlines please use the contact details below.
Cityjet does not allow you to take oxygen on board their aircraft. However, they will allow you to take portable oxygen concentrators on board their aircraft. These include INOGEN One and EVERGO model 900. Please requestthis service by calling one of the numbers below at least 72 hours before your flight.
Tel: +353 (1) 8700 100