US portable oxygen industry told patients can undertake air travel with devices
This article was originally published in Clinica
People who rely on oxygen will be able to carry portable oxygen concentrator devices onboard US aircraft beginning next month. New Federal Aviation Administration rules announced July 12 give airlines permission to let patients travel with the portable devices during all phases of the flight, including take-off and landing. But the airlines are not required to allow the devices on board.
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