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Do you know if power consistency is a problem on US Airways (portable breathing machine)?

Do you know if power consistency is a problem on US Airways (portable breathing machine)?

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Ben — This is a “different” question and it regards “electrical power at the seat”. We generally fly to Europe (VCE) with BA; this will be our first (non-domestic) US Airways flight to Venice (DCA-PHI-VCE). My husband uses a “breathing machine” to sleep (BIPAP). Last year he had a particularly bad time (on BA) because the “power” was not constant and it kept on causing the BIPAP to shut down. Do you know if this (power not constant) is a problem on US Airways? Should we talk to someone regarding this issue?
    Thanks Ben!
    Daniela

  2. Anonymous

    @ Daniela — I’ve had no problems with the consistency of power at US Airways, though I’ve never used it for something so important. So I’d recommend maybe trying to talk to someone about it. Good luck!

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