Do you need extra oxygen on board during your flight? We offer the following possibilities:
You can request this up to 72 hours before the departure of your flight. There is no fee for this service.
You can take your own Portable Oxygen Concentrator (POC) with you on our flights free of charge. You can notify us of this when booking your flight, online via My Transavia or by calling the Service Centre.
Conditions for travelling with a POC:
Is your POC brand not included in the selection? If your POC is approved by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration), it can be taken on board. Please note: Remember to bring proof of POC approval with you.
You can request this extra oxygen up to 72 hours before the departure of your flight. The fee is €75 per bottle of around 400 litres.
Prefer that we take care of the extra oxygen on board for you? Pass this request on to our Service Centre. They’d be happy to arrange this for you. We require a physician’s statement from you for this. The Service Centre will provide you with all information in submitting a statement. This statement will allow us to calculate how much oxygen you require during the flight. Our Service Centre will contact you by phone once the request has been approved. After this confirmation by phone, your request is considered confirmed.
Oxygen can only be requested for flights to and from Schiphol Amsterdam Airport, Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Eindhoven Airport. Exceptions are the Amsterdam-Paris (Orly) and Eindhoven-Munich routes. This service is not available for flights with a flight number starting with TO.
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