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Brussels Airlines

 

Brussels Airlines supply oxygen on board their aircraft at an additional charge per bottle. Maximum flow rate is 8 litres per minute. To book oxygen, please contact the Medical assistance Coordination Service on + 32 2 7233703. You will also need to fill out a MEDIF form.

If you have sleep apnoea, you can use a CPAP machine on board their aircraft providing it is battery powered. The equipment cannot be used during take off and landing.

 

 

CityJet

 

Cityjet does not allow you to take oxygen on board their aircraft. However, they will allow you to take your own portable oxygen concentrators on board. These include INOGEN One and EVERGO model 900. To order oxygen, please call one of the numbers below at least 72 hours before your flight.

– Ireland: 01 8700 170
– UK: 0871 666 50 50
– Belgium: 03 287 80 80
– France: 3654
– Luxembourg: 493395
– Netherlands: 0900 4 50 50 50
– For all other countries: +32 (0)3 287 80 80

 

 

 

 

Jetairfly

Jetairfly does not allow you to use your own oxygen on board their aircraft. However, they can provide it at an additional cost. To order oxygen, you must send a request to Flight Specials at least 7 days before your flight.

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Thomas Cook Airlines

 

Thomas Cook Airlines does not allow you to take your own oxygen on board their aircraft. However, they provide oxygen at an additional cost of £100 per flight. This has to be arranged at least 21 days before your flight. Please call 0844 855 0515 prior to booking your holiday to discuss your specific requirements.

 

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