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Austrian Airlines

 

Austrian Airlines allow you to bring your own portable oxygen concentrators on board their aircraft. Please call the Special Cases Desk on +43 (0) 517 665 1043 at least 48 hours before your flight so they can accommodate your requirements. The following portable oxygen concentrators are allowed:

– Lifestyle
– Freestyle
– Eclipse
– Inogen One
– Inogen One G2
– Invacare XPO2
– SOLO²
– Evergo
– Delphi RS-00400
– iGo
– LifeChoice
– Oxlife Independence Oxygen Concentrator

Lauda Air

Lauda Air does not allow you to use your own oxygen cylinders on board their aircraft but will provide oxygen at a cost of 700 euros for a transatlantic flight.

Oxygen must be ordered when making a reservation and a series of forms may need to be completed by your doctor, stating the flow rate you require and necessity of the oxygen.

LTU Austria

LTU International Airways provides oxygen on board their aircraft at an additional cost of 100 euros per flight. You may also bring your own oxygen on board but it cannot exceed 2 litres (maximum weight 8kg, maximum dimension 55x45x20cm).

A medical certificate provided by your doctor will be required for both the use of LTU oxygen and your own oxygen cylinders.

Liquid oxygen is not permitted on board the aircraft.

Niki

 

Niki is a partner of Air Berlin and has the same oxygen policy.

Niki does not provide oxygen on board its aircraft. However, they will allow you to bring your own oxygen cylinder or portable oxygen concentrator on board. You cannot fly if you require continuous oxygen. To book oxygen, a medical certificate needs to be signed by your doctor at least 48 hours before your flight.

At the moment only the following portable oxygen concentrators are allowed on Air Berlin flights:

– Airsep “Lifestyle”
– Inogen One
– Airsep “Freestyle”
– SeQual Eclipse oder SeQual Eclipse 2
– Inc. Respironics Evergo
– Delphi Central Air
– Invacare XPO2
– iGO
– LifeChoice
– Inogen One G2
– Indepence Oxygen Concentrator

Tyrolean Jet Services

Tyrolean Jet Services does not allow you to use your own oxygen cylinders on board their aircraft but will provide oxygen  at a cost of 700 euros for a transatlantic flight.

Oxygen must be ordered during reservation and a series of forms may need to be completed by your doctor, stating the flow rate you require and necessity of the oxygen.

Smaller Airlines

For the latest information on the smaller airlines please use the contact details below.

Air Alps

Air alps does not provide oxygen on board their aircraft and does not allow you to carry your own oxygen on board.

InterSky

 

Tel: +43 05574 48800 46
Welcome Air

 

Tel: +43 0 512 295296

 

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