|Tel: 444 3 387|
Onur Air does not allow you to take your own oxygen on board their aircraft and only provides oxygen in an emergency situation.
Tel: 444 6687
Pegasus airlines does not provide oxygen on board their aircraft and does not allow you to carry your own oxygen on board. Empty oxygen tanks travelling with passengers can only be checked in if their valves are open.
Sun Express does not offer oxygen on board their aircraft. However, you can bring your own oxygen cylinder with a maximum of 2 litres (at 200 pressures) on board. You must inform them of your plans prior to booking or when making your reservation. A medical form from your doctor will be also be required, stating that with the additional oxygen you are fit to fly and that the oxygen cylinder will last you the entire journey.
Turkish airlines do not allow you to bring your own oxygen on board their aircraft but provide additional oxygen free of charge. This must be booked when making a reservation and a series of forms may need to be completed by your doctor stating the necessity of the oxygen and the flow rate you require.
For the latest information on the smaller airlines please use the contact details below.
Corendon Airlines does not provide oxygen on board their aircraft and does not allow you to carry your own oxygen on board.
Tel: +90242 3109000
Freebird airlines does not allow you to carry your own oxygen on board their aircraft. However, they provide oxygen on board at no additional cost. Please note that this is not the medical, standard oxygen. Passengers are allowed 1 bottle under the following criteria:
|Tel: +90 232 298 35 00|
|Tel: +90 216 380 75 67|