Traveling for oxygen patients can seem impossible or daunting. However, with portable oxygen concentrators, taking a vacation or enjoying a new adventure is incredibly feasible. This article offers tips for oxygen patients who are looking to travel via airplane. We hope that patients can utilize this article to create a check list so that their next flight is as hassle free as possible.
1. Ensure your portable solution is FAA approved. Tanks, liquid oxygen, and other forms of stored compressed oxygen are not FAA approved. If you have a portable oxygen concentrator make sure it is on the list of FAA approved concentrators. All portable oxygen concentrators offered by Oxygen Butler for sale or rental are FAA approved for in flight use.