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Yes. The Federal Aviation Administration or FAA, requires airlines based in the United States and foreign airlines flying into the U. S. permit passengers to operate portable oxygen concentrators approved by FAA during all phases of a flight if the unit displays a manufacturer’s sticker. The sticker indicates it meets FAA requirements for portable medical devices. The FAA has approved over 20 oxygen concentrators for air travel on all U.S. aircraft with more than 19 seats, and every portable unit we offer is approved for flights.
It is the passenger’s responsibility to ensure the unit is in proper working order and must be able to respond to warning alarms. The FAA requires enough battery power for at least 150% of your flight time. The unit must also be adequately stowed when not in use. Learn more about FAA Regulations for Oxygen Concentrators.