Personal oxygen concentrator
You may use your Personal Oxygen Concentrator on board any Air Transat flight. Please ask your physician to complete the Air Transat medical form within 30 days of your departure, and return it to us at least 7 business days prior to your flight. Failure to do so may prevent you from departing on your scheduled flight.
- Airsep Focus,
- Airsep Freestyle
- Airsep Free Style 5
- Airsep Lifestyle
- Delphi RS-00400
- DeVilbiss Healthcare’s iGO
- Inogen One
- Inogen’s Inogen One G2
- Inogen One G3
- Inova Labs LifeChoice
- Inova Labs LifeChoice Activox
- International Biophysics LifeChoice
- Invacare XPO2
- Invacare Solo 2
- Oxlife’s Independence Oxygen Concentrator
- Oxus RS-00400
- Precision Medical EasyPulse
- Respironics EverGo
- Respironics SimplyGo (please note the Respironics SimplyGo Mini is not approved for air travel)
- SeQual Eclipse
- Sequal SAROS
Accepted models are approved by Transport Canada and subject to change without notice.
Batteries and power sources
Please contact us to discuss your equipment's batteries and their acceptance for travel.
All medical devices must be self-powered, as in-seat power sources in the cabin (where available) are not designed for use with medical devices, which require constant current. For this reason, in-seat power supply may not be used to power medical devices during the flight or to recharge its batteries.
Spare lithium or lithium ion batteries may only be transported in your carry-on baggage (carry-on maximum size 23 x 40 x 51 cm (9 x 16 x 20 in) including wheels and handles) under controlled conditions and sizes, and quantity is limited to amount needed for duration of flight.
Portable Electronic Devices (PED) / Consumer Electronic Devices (CED) Portable Medical Electronic Devices (PMED
|Battery Walt-hour (Wh) rating
||Number of Spares
|Up to 100Wh
||Limit of 20 per passenger
|101 to 160Wh Approval by Air Transat Required
||Limit of 2 individually protected per passenger
Supplemental medical oxygen
To ensure your safety and wellbeing, Air Transat provides oxygen kits as medically required*, from your departure airport to your airport of arrival, on most routes. You may not bring personal oxygen kits (O2 tanks/cylinders, liquid, canned or recreational oxygen) into the cabin on Air Transat flights.
Our oxygen supplier is VitalAire. Our MediPak is equipped with "D" cylinder model 390 I. This type of oxygen machine can be used occasionally or on a continuous flow during the flight.
|One (1) kit consists of a full cylinder of 2,000 pSi Approximate pressure at 21ºC (70ºF)
|Flow (litres per minute)
*Please contact us for rates and charges. Because your medical oxygen supply is based on your doctor’s orders, we are unable to provide a refund for unused supplies.
We encourage you to contact our Information and Seat Selection Centre so that we may arrange appropriate seating. Bulkhead and Emergency Exit seating is not available for passengers using oxygen, as the cylinders must be stored under the seat in front for take-off and landing.
You may bring your own empty cylinder carefully packed as carry-on if the size conforms to regulations or as checked baggage.