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Oxygen Bottles

Regional Express permits the carriage of BOC Gases Oxycare Travel Packs (suitable for air transport) aboard their flights. BOC Gases provide "C" size oxygen cylinders and Travel Packs for either hire or purchase. All oxygen cylinders must be contained in the Travel Pack before they can fly. Rex does not provide Travel Packs or Oxygen bottles.

Your physician must complete the Medical Certificate of Fitness to Fly which must be shown to staff during check-in and on board the aircraft. Failure to carry and produce this statement will result in denial of carriage for the equipment.

BOC Gases (1800 050 999) will discuss with you how to operate the oxygen bottle. Your oxygen flow rate should be prescribed by your doctor, as your crew is not responsible for this.

Oxygen Concentrators

Regional Express permits the carriage of the following Oxygen Concentrators aboard their flights.

AirSep Life Style, AirSep Free Style, Inogen One, SeQual Eclipse, Respironics, and EverGo.

This equipment may be carried and used under the following conditions:

Your physician must complete the Medical Certificate of Fitness to Fly which must be shown to staff during check-in and on board the aircraft. Failure to carry and produce this statement will result in denial of carriage for the equipment.

Caution – Electronic equipment may cause interference with aircraft systems. If such interference is experienced, the crew will ask you to switch off your unit.

You must comply with the following conditions to use the device on board the aircraft:

  1. You must be capable of hearing the unit's alarms, seeing the alarm light indicators, and have the ability to respond to the various caution and warning alarms and alarm light indicators, or be traveling with someone who is capable of performing those functions;

  2. You must ensure that the portable oxygen concentrator is free of oil, grease or other petroleum products and is in good condition free from damage or other signs of excessive wear or abuse;

  3. Only lotions or salves that are oxygen approved may be used by you when using the portable oxygen concentrator device;

  4. You must obtain from Rex, or by other means, the duration of the planned flight. You must carry a sufficient number of batteries for the duration of the oxygen use specified in the Physician’s Statement, including a conservative estimate of any unanticipated delays; and

  5. You must ensure that all portable oxygen concentrator adheres to Rex’s cabin baggage restrictions. Batteries must be protected from short circuit and damage. When a battery-powered oxygen concentrator is carried onboard aircraft as carry-on baggage and is not intended to be used during the flight, the battery must be removed and packaged separately unless the concentrator contains at least two effective protective features to prevent accidental operation during transport.

During movement on the surface, takeoff, and landing, the unit must be stowed under the seat in front of you. You must ensure there is sufficient length of hose so that it does not restrict/obstruct any other passengers.

 

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