Sun-Air adheres to British Airways oxygen policy. They do not provide therapeutic oxygen on board their short haul flights. Sun-Air allow passengers to fetch their own portable oxygen concentrators providing the following conditions are met:
Customers may bring a FAA approved portable oxygen concentrator (for more information please visit the FAA website https://www.faa.gov).
Customers must have sufficient battery provision for 150% of the flight duration (accounting for unexpected delays).
Customers need to obtain medical clearance in advance to bring a portable oxygen concentrator. Medical forms should be despatched to the medical clearance team a minimum of 7 days prior to departure.
If your reservation is booked through them but is operated by another airline, please check their own criteria for accepting portable oxygen concentrators on-board.
Passengers may fetch oxygen cylinders that meet the following criteria:
Customers may bring oxygen cylinders, providing they are manufactured specifically for the purposes of containing and transporting oxygen.
Each cylinder and its contents must not exceed 5kgs in weight.
Only one customer per flight will be permitted to bring their own oxygen cylinders on board.
British Airways Health Services will advise on the volume of oxygen customers should bring during the medical clearance process.
Cylinders, valves and regulators, where fitted, must be protected from damage that could result in inadvertent release of the contents.
Liquid oxygen and oxygen generators are forbidden on board the aircraft.
Customers need to obtain medical clearance in advance to bring their own oxygen cylinders. Medical forms should be despatched to the medical clearance team a minimum of 7 days prior to departure