Flying can be challenging for PH patients, but there are ways to overcome associated problems and prevent complications. Read more about what physicians recommend for air travel here, and share your stories. What are some difficulties you face when flying, and what are ways you have improved the experience?
We have jumped through all of the airline hoops and have traveled extensively domestically from Los Angeles and are planning a trip to Norway. My wife is on oxygen for the entire flight. Travels with an Inogen G4.
That’s great to hear, Gary! I traveled around Europe with an Inogen G3 back in 2015. I think I bought an extra battery and battery charger for the trip, but other than that it wasn’t too different from a shorter domestic flight. I’m so excited for you and your wife!
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