Medical equipment

Can I use my POC in a flight?

If you require a portable oxygen concentrator (POC) as part of your medical treatment and need to use it on board, you may do so, taking into account these recommendations:

While booking At the airport While flying

Reach out to our Contact Center and inform us that you need to bring and use your portable oxygen concentrator, clarifying its brand. If you are connecting with another airline, remember that you must also notify them of the use of your POC.

Approved models

According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), these are the models allowed on board:

  • Invacare Solo 2 – AirSep FreeStyle.
  • Respironics EverGo - AirSep FreeStyle 5.
  • SeQual SAROS – DeVilbiss Healthcare iGo.
  • AirSep Focus – Inogen One G3.
  • Delphi RS-00400 – Ivacare XPO2/XPO100.
  • Inogen One G2 – Precisión Medical EasyPulse.
  • International Biophysics LifeChoice/Inova Labs LifeChoice - Sequal Eclipse.
  • OxiLife Independence Oxigen Concentrator – AirSep FreeStyle.
  • Respironics SimplyGo – (Caire) SeQual eQuinox / Oxywell (model 400).
  • VBox Trooper – Inogen One.
  • Ova Labs Choice Activox.

Please note:

  • The AirSep LifeStyle device must have a sticker affixed to the inside cover that reads, "RTCA/DO-1600 21 category M Compliant" to indicate that it has been modified for flight. If it does not, it will not be allowed for use on board.
  • If you have equipment other than the approved list, you will not be allowed to carry it on board.
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