AIRLINES AND THEIR CRITERIA ON POC USAGE:
All airlines which take off or land in the United States are now required to allow DOT-approved Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POCs) to be carried on and used aboard the plane. Also, many airlines require notification of POC carry-ons. We suggest you call at least two weeks before your departure. Air travel with oxygen within European countries may be more difficult.
HELP FOR PASSENGERS WITH MEDICAL CONDITIONS:
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), which provides security at U.S. airports, has launched a new program.TSA Cares is designed to help passengers with disabilities and medical conditions. It will help make the screening process easier, and will allow travelers to be better prepared upon their arrival to the airport. For complete information on TSA Cares, see TSA Cares.