Can I fly with a heart condition?

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Most people who have a stable heart condition (e.g. high blood pressure that’s well controlled with medication) can travel safely. If you need to travel with oxygen on board, you’ll need to let the airline know well in advance.
But, if your heart disease is severe, or your condition is deemed unstable, you may have to delay travelling until your condition has improved. The safest thing is to check with your GP or hospital specialist before you book your flight.

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