ICELANDAIR only provides one oxygen bottle and two oxygen masks which are installed. The bottles are with two oxygen outlets, supplying 2 or 4 lpm oxygen flow respectively. The outlets are marked with the rated flow. The capacity of the bottle is 1086 litres and will last for approx. 6.5 hours on 2 lpm or for approx. 3.5 hours on 4 lpm.
Passengers qwilling to bring their own POC must notify Iceland awhen booking. Check in and cabin crew must also be informed. Cabin crew might review the contents and the physician’s statement. The passenger must carry a fit to fly certificate signed by a physician. The certyificate must states that the user is fit to fly and that oxygen use is medically necessary for all or a portion of the duration of the trip. Oxygen flow rate corresponding to the pressure in the cabin of the aircraft under normal operating conditions must also be specified.
Iceland Air allows the following POC systems on board: • AirSep FreeStyle; • AirSep LifeStyle • AirSep Focus • AirSep Freestyle 5 • Delphi RS-00400 • DeVilbiss Healthcare Inc. iGO • Inogen One • Inogen One G2 • Inogen One G3 • Inova Labs LifeChoice Activox • International Biophysics Corporation • Invacare SOLO2 Lifechoice / Inova Labs LifeChoice • SeQual Saros • Invacare XPO2 • Oxlife Independence Oxygen Concentrator • Precision Medical EasyPulse • Respironics EverGo • Respironics SimplyGo • SeQual Eclipse.
The passenger must carry a sufficient number of batteries to power the device for 150% of the planned flight duration and ensure that all POC batteries carried on-board the aircraft in carry-on baggage are protected from short circuit and are packaged in a manner that protects them from physical damage. Please check Iceland Air’s conditions for use of POC: http://www.icelandair.co.uk/information/special-assistance/special-service/poc/