Direkflyg does not provide oxygen for passengers except in the event of emergency, but does allow passengers to bring a maximum of 1 litre bottles on board. Passengers must inform staff at check in that they are carrying such items.
Golden Air carries oxygen on board for emergency situations only. However, you are allowed to bring your own oxygen on board the aircraft. You may bring a maximum of one cylinder containing a maximum of 1 litre oxygen. You must also inform Golden Air when booking your ticket that you intend to bring your own oxygen.
Malmo aviation allows you to take four pressurised canisters in gaseous form into the cabin. Canisters must have a maximum grow weight of 5kg per container.
SAS will allow you to take your own oxygen on board their aircraft. The measurement of the cylinders must not exceed the weight or dimensions permitted for hand baggage (115 cm/46 in and 8 kg/18lbs). SAS also provide oxygen at an additional charge of 335 euros per journey on intercontinental flights or 150 euros per journey on continental flights.
Skyways Express does not supply oxygen to passengers but you are allowed to bring your own supplies on board.
For the latest information on the smaller airlines please use the contact details below.
Novair allow you to take your own oxygen on board their aircraft. They also allow the following portable oxygen concentrators:
Tel: +46 8 673 86 00
TUIfly Nordic only carries oxygen on board their aircraft for use in emergencies. However, you are allowed to bring your own oxygen on board. You may bring a maximum of 4 cylinders per flight as hand luggage and they accept AGA OTM-1 or NEDRON VAGABOND cylinders. You must inform customer service at least seven days prior to travel if you intend to bring your own supplies.