I've seen your posts and heard that I can carry my CPAP as a separate bag from my other 2 carry-ons. Is this true? Does anyone know where this is written? I am a frequent business traveler and have taken my CPAP with me for over a year now. But recently I have been harassed twice by US Airways. Once it was the flight attendant and once it was the gate agent. They were verbally abusive to me in front of other passengers for carrying a third bag. All my bags put together are smaller than most others carry-ons, but I have a laptop roller bag, large purse and my M-Series CPAP and they can't seem to understand. TSA and other airlines are very accepting.
I want to claim discrimination against the handicapped for their rude confrontations, but I need something official. I've gone to the TSA website and searched on the web, but I can't find anything that states that a CPAP machine doesn't count towards your carry-on (which is what I read here in the forum).
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