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Special Baggage

CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure)

  1. PG allows passengers to bring CPAP in cabin because CPAP is considered as valuable and fragile item but the passenger has to let down water from the CPAP to pass the security check.
  2. If the CPAP has a battery, both built-in or external, it will be considered as ‘dangerous goods,’ as listed in the IATA Dangerous Goods Manual.
  3. If the passenger has a lithium-ion battery exceeding a Watt-hour rating of 100 Watt-hours but not exceeding 160 Watt-hours, they may be carried as spare batteries in carry-on baggage, or in equipment in either checked or carry-on baggage. The airline kindly requests that no more than 2 individually-protected spare batteries per person may be carried on to the plane.
    Note : Spare batteries will not be supplied by PG and a sufficient supply of batteries (include unexpected delays) are passenger’s responsibility.
  4. PG will not responsible for any injury or subsequence breakdown or operational failure of any medical equipment owned, supplied or used by passengers on PG aircraft.
  5. PG allows using CPAP on board for medical use without doctor certification.
  6. Please notify us a minimum of 24 hours in advance prior to your departure date by contacting our call center or ticketing office.

POC (Portable Oxygen Concentrator)

  1. PG allows passengers to bring POC in the cabin because POC is considered as valuable and fragile item.
  2. POC approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) can be used on board.
  3. If the POC has a battery, both built-in or external, it will be considered as ‘dangerous goods,’ as listed in the IATA Dangerous Goods Manual.
  4. If the passenger has a lithium-ion battery exceeding a Watt-hour rating of 100 Watt-hours but not exceeding 160 Watt-hours, they may be carried as spare batteries in carry-on baggage, or in equipment in either checked or carry-on baggage. The airline kindly requests that no more than 2 individually-protected spare batteries per person may be carried on to the plane.
    Note : Spare batteries will not be supplied by PG and a sufficient supply of batteries (include unexpected delays) are passenger’s responsibility.
  5. Please ensure that the batteries for the approved devices carried onboard the aircraft in carry-on baggage are protected from short circuit and are packaged in a manner that protects them from physical damage.
  6. PG will not responsible for any injury or Subsequence breakdown or operational failure of any medical equipment owned, supplied or used by passengers on PG aircraft.
  7. Please notify us a minimum of 24 hours in advance prior to your departure date by contacting our call center or ticketing office.