Can I Rent an FAA-Approved Portable Oxygen Concentrator?
Scott Ridl posted this on Nov 22, 2017
Here are Tips for Flying with Oxygen on a Airplane
- Contact the airline several weeks to obtain their policy and make arrangements for any special accommodations.
- Bring a copy of a letter from your physician, medical history documentation and a current oxygen prescription.
- Inform the airline that you will be traveling with an oxygen concentrator. Be sure that you understand specific requirements that they may have.
- Have enough battery life to power your concentrator for at least 150% of your flight time.
Read more FAA regulation about oxygen rentals or call us at at 877.774.9271 with any questions.
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