OxygenWorldwide arranges medical oxygen for those who require additional oxygen support due to respiratory conditions such as after covid, asthma, COPD just to name a few of the most common.
The team have great expertise and also speak up to 5 languages so are the direct link to enable the correct oxygen to be at the client’s destination at the right time, plus its so important to have a contact locally too.
Accepting the delivery of the equipment and medical oxygen needed is so vital, so it is very critical that their is a contact of where you are staying for example at your hotel, villa or air bnb, if not then delivery will have to be once you have arrived at your destination and then also collected before you leave. This makes things a little awkward especially if you have travel delays and want to settle into your holiday time rather than wait around for a delivery.
To make an enquiry with the team you can enquire with us directly or via the phone. We will need details of your trip and also your prescription of oxygen levels required, contact us here.
Europe; Italy, France and Spain with all the nature, parks and mountains to explore
Kenya – considered one of the top destinations for eco tourism with immense natural sites to have adventures
Indonesia – the rainforests will amaze you and a must
Tanzania – it has to be Mount Kilimanjaro as the top attraction
Thailand – 14% is protected and many islands to hop over to too
If you are looking for eco friendly holidays take a look into the above and research what area of the world you want to plan your next trip. For all medical oxygen needs make sure you also plan in advance what is required and enjoy your adventure.
It can be difficult to know which airline to choose when you require additional services such as medical oxygen on-board. A fantastic resource has been created below so you have all the information in one place. Please do check directly with the airline before booking as services can change over-time.
Needing medical oxygen to travel needn’t be a worry!
The European Lung Organisation have produced and A-Z of all the airlines, their contact details and services:
Traveling can be stressful let alone during the festive season when many are going home for the holidays, visiting friends and family and meeting up with loved ones for Christmas. This can provide another layer of anxiety for those using medical oxygen and could deter anyone from even thinking about travel. Here are a few tips so you can set off on your travels and not miss out plus feel more relaxed as with anything planning and being prepared is the best tip especially if you have portable oxygen to take with you and also if you are going away for a longer period than normal.
Avoid travelling on busy days for example Christmas Eve or once most companies break up for the Christmas holidays.
Always plan to have extra battery power in case of travel delays or disruptions beyond your control.
Real Christmas trees are magical but for those with respiratory difficulties this can affect your breathing. Fake Christmas trees are much safer.
The festive season brings out all the scents but also with this comes naked flames so avoid scented candles that may trigger problems and also walk passed those chestnuts on open fires or grills.
If you are traveling via air or sea please do check with your transportation provider your needs and that you are all pre-booked for your requirements. It is always advised to check all requirements before travel to stop any confusion or problems when boarding.
Finally enjoy your holiday, the time of year and being with your loved ones. Christmas is a magical time and can be enjoyed by all. Simply plan and prepare for all situations. If you require medical oxygen abroad simply send your medical requirements to the team at OxygenWorldwide who can arrange everything for you. Having 24/7 contact especially during holidays is a must and the OxygenWorldwide team will be your support.
Always check before booking your flight as details and policies may change. These airlines have allowed portable oxygen concentrators you can reach out to their websites for further information and to confirm their conditions.
Aegean Airlines Aer Lingus Air Canada Air China Air France Air Iceland Air New Zealand Air Malta Air Tahiti Nui Airtran Airways Alaska Airlines American Airlines Alitalia All Nippon Airways Allegiant Air American Airlines Avianca Airlines British Airways China Southern Airlines Continental Airlines Delta EasyJet Emirates Frontier Hawaiian Airlines Iberia Icelandair Japanese Airlines Jet Blue KLM Lufthansa Mango Qantas Ryanair Singapore Airlines South African Airways Southwest Sun Country Swiss Air Lines Turkish Airlines United Airlines US Airways Virgin Atlantic Virgin Australia WestJet Airlines
Also refer to our website here for countries we can deliver oxygen to once at your destination.