Taking medication with you on board - Medicines, service animals and medical aids

Medicines, service animals and medical aids

Medicines: Unlimited medicines can be taken on board free of charge provided you are in possession of the appropriate documents. Your airline or travel agency will gladly inform you which documents are required.

Medical aids: Unlimited medical aids can be taken on board free of charge provided you are in possession of the appropriate documents.

Mobility aids (wheelchair(s), walking stick, rollator etc.): Unlimited mobility aids can be taken on board, two of which are free of charge.

Service animal (guide dog, assistance dog, etc.): Can be taken on board free of charge provided they are certified as an service animal and you are in possession of the appropriate documents.

Size and weight restrictions, required documentation and other terms and conditions can vary between airlines. Always ask your airline for the terms and conditions to avoid unpleasant surprises.