FAA Regulations for Portable Oxygen Concentrators on Airplanes
The Federal Aviation Administration, or FAA, has ruled that all passengers who require oxygen must be allowed to bring FAA-approved portable oxygen concentrators on all U.S. aircraft with more than 19 seats. Foreign airlines must also allow portable oxygen concentrators on all flights to and from U.S soil.
This ruling means that if you need oxygen therapy, you still have the freedom to travel wherever you would like. Rest assured that all oxygen concentrators we sell and rent on this website are FAA-approved.
Makes and models of portable oxygen concentrators with FAA-approval:(current as of June, 2016)
AIRSEP OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS
DEVILBISS OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS
INOGEN OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS
INOVA LABS OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS
INVACARE OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS
OXLIFE OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS
OXUS OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS
RESMED OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS
RESPIRONICS OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS
SEQUAL OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS
OTHER FAA APPROVED OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS
- Precision Medical Easy Pulse
- VBox Trooper
If you would like to read the details of the FAA regulations, visit http://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/advisory_circulars/index.cfm/go/document.information/documentID/73546.
As always, if you have any questions about portable oxygen concentrators, we invite you to call us at 877-699-4365
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