CPAP Policy for Delta Airlines
CPAP Policy Highlights for Delta Airlines
Is advanced notification required to carry-on your CPAP?
- No, however advanced notification is recommended.
What models of CPAP machines are allowed on this airline?
- Delta allows all CPAP brands and models to be carried on the plane.
Can you use your CPAP on the plane?
- Yes, Delta allows various brands and models to be used in flight. These include Fisher Paykel Icon Premo, HDM Z1 CPAP, Philips Respironics Dreamstation, and Resmed Airsense. [Check out the highest rated travel CPAP machines]
- Unapproved C-PAP, Bi-PAP, and V-PAP machines may be carried on, but may not be used during flight.
- Note: Delta does not provide any onboard power sources for medical devices. The customer is responsible for providing batteries with enough life to support the trip they are on.
Does bringing your CPAP machine count as a carry-on?
- No, under the Americans with Disabilities Act, a CPAP machine is not considered carry-on luggage and does not count toward your carry-on quota.
Is a doctor’s note or prescription verification required?
Assistive devices, including walkers, respirators, ventilators, canes, crutches or other items used to manage your disability can be brought onboard if able to be stowed in FAA approved location (overhead bins, under seat or select locations).
Certain battery-operated equipment, such as C-Pap and Bi-Pap machines, may not be used during a flight. If using portable oxygen concentrators, review directions at delta.com or call 800-221-1212.
Onboard aircraft with 100 seats or more, Delta provides a stowage location specifically for the first collapsible wheelchair. It is available on a first-come-first serve basis. Assistive devices are a priority over all other bags or equipment.
Delta Air Lines – Customer Service Information
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