You can fly with everything you need to be more comfortable during your trip. All you have to do is make sure to comply with the following:
- If you are ill, you don’t need to bring a medical certificate. However, people with the following conditions will not be able to travel:
· Open or bleeding wounds
· Recovery from recent surgery
You can take any of the following POCs with you:
· Philips Respironics EverGo
· Inogen One
· Inogen One G2
· Inova Labs Life Choice
· Oxus, Inc. RS-00400
· Invacare XP02- XP01 00
· Invacare SOL02
· SeQual Eclipse
· DeVilbiss Helthcare iGO
· AirSep FreeStyle
· AirSep LifeStyle
· Delphi Central Air, Evo
· Oxlife lndependence Oxygen Concentrator
- Oxygen tanks are not allowed on board; only POCs are allowed.
· Volaris Ambassadors are not allowed to administer any medication.
· If you need to medicate during the flight and you can't do it on your own, you'll need to travel with someone who can assist you.
· Airplanes are public places, therefore we cannot guarantee that it will be an allergen-free environment.
· If you suffer from an allergy to any service animal present in the flight, ask the flight attendant to change your seat (subject to availability).
· If you require the use of a POC, be sure it comes with enough battery for the entire flight. Remember that there may be delays or deviations.
· A CPAP is considered as cabin baggage, therefore it must comply with the weight and measurement policies. Please notify Volaris personnel about the requirements to use it during the flight; we recommend not using it during a landing or takeoff.
· Incubators and stretchers are not allowed on board.
You can board with prescription medicines.