Air travelers using respiratory equipment must follow new labeling regulations — or risk losing their seats
Travelers with respiratory difficulties who use commercial airlines need to be aware of a new labeling requirement for ventilators, respirators, positive airway pressure devices (i.e., CPAP, BiPAP) and personal oxygen concentrators.
Trying to travel without following the new regulations can result in being denied a seat, or being required to turn off the respiratory equipment during the flight....
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