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Snoring at 30,000 feet
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RE: Snoring at 30,000 feet
(03-02-2012, 06:52 PM)iSnooze Wrote:
(03-01-2012, 10:37 PM)jscholz Wrote: I use my cpap on flights because my snoring will shake the plane apart. There have been no comments by anyone about my use of the machine.

Hi Jscholz!
When you bring your cpap on the flight are you in business or economy? (or sardine class Too-funny) I haven't flown since getting my cpap. Not all planes have electrical outlets in economy. When you fly with your cpap, do you keep it on the floor or on the tray table?
I keep the machine on the floor or in its travel bag and I have a portable 12 volt battery that I use to power it so I don't need any outlet from the plane.
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RE: Snoring at 30,000 feet
(03-02-2012, 06:52 PM)iSnooze Wrote:
(03-01-2012, 10:37 PM)jscholz Wrote: I use my cpap on flights because my snoring will shake the plane apart. There have been no comments by anyone about my use of the machine.

Hi Jscholz!
When you bring your cpap on the flight are you in business or economy? (or sardine class Too-funny) I haven't flown since getting my cpap. Not all planes have electrical outlets in economy. When you fly with your cpap, do you keep it on the floor or on the tray table?


I fly economy and keep the machine at my feet on the floor or in its travel bag and use a portable 12 volt battery to power it.
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