Aero Dienst does not provide oxygen on board the aircraft, except in the event of an emergency. They do not allow you to take your own oxygen cylinders on board, however, you can book a medical flight which is intensive care equipped and offers oxgen flow rates at 2 and 4 litres per minute.
Air Berlin does not provide oxygen on board. However, they will allow you to bring your own oxygen cylinder or portable oxygen concentrator. You cannot fly with Air Berlin if you require continuous oxygen. To travel with your own oxygen provisions, a medical certificate needs to be signed by your doctor at least 48 hours before your flight.
The following portable oxygen concentrators are currently allowed on board:
– Airsep “Lifestyle”
– Inogen One
– Airsep “Freestyle”
– SeQual Eclipse oder SeQual Eclipse 2
– Inc. Respironics Evergo
– Delphi Central Air
– Invacare XPO2
– Inogen One G2
– Indepence Oxygen Concentrator
Augsburg Airways is part of the Lufthansa regional group.
Lufthansa will not allow you to take your own oxygen on board their aircraft. However, they have a special oxygen service, with an ‘on-demand’ system, providing flow rates from 1 to 5.2 litres per minute. This service costs 300 euros on an intercontinental flight and 150 euros on a continental flight. For further details and to make a booking, please contact the Lufthansa Medical Desk on at least 48 hours before your flight. Your fitness to fly will be assessed before flying.
Avanti Air can provide oxygen on board their aircraft at an additional cost. If you need oxygen, contact them at least a week in advance and they should be able to provide oxygen at your specific flow rate. The cabin attendants are medically trained in case of an emergency.
Eurowings provides oxygen on board their aircraft, but there are some limitations. Please contact the Lufthansa Medical Desk at least 48 hours before departure to enable them to take the necessary precautions. This service must be paid in advance. Ask your health insurance company whether the cost can be reimbursed.
Germanwings does not provide oxygen onboard their aircraft, except in the event of an emergency.
Tuifly.com can provide oxygen equipment on board. They will allow the transportation of their own oxygen equipment, which must be registered 48 hours before departure at the TUIfly Service Centre. Medical baggage must be packed separately and presented at check-in to be tested. The passenger must present a medical certificate with any medical equipment.
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