Medication for use during the flight are allowed in your hand baggage if you can present a medical certificate. (for personal use only)
You can carry hypodermic needles and certain portable electronic medical equipment or aids such as AEDs, oxygen concentrators, CPAP machines and dialysis devices on board provided you have a medical certificate and upon prior agreement from the airline company.
You cannot make use of the electricity supply on board.
These devices usually operate on batteries, which means they fall under the international regulations on the transportation of dangerous goods, which define what machines and batteries can be taken into the cabin and what terms and conditions and restrictions apply. Note: These international regulations have become increasingly strict over the past couple of years, which means you may have to meet additional or special conditions versus your previous flight with an airline company. Make sure you observe the most recent regulations so that your item is not refused at the airport’s security check or check-in counter.
You need to submit your application using the contact button below as you always need the approval of the airline company. First prepare your application and all required documents thoroughly and submit them in time; this ensures that your application can be processed more quickly. If required, excess medical baggage may be allowed in the baggage hold free of charge, subject to production of a medical certificate.