(12-18-2014, 08:00 PM)DariaVader Wrote:Hi DariaVader,(12-18-2014, 03:58 PM)GeoffD Wrote: I haven't needed to travel in the 90 days I've had my ResMed AirSense S9 AutoSet. I'm flying tomorrow for the first time and the business travel picks up in January. I'm hoping I can work out either a combined laptop/CPAP bag or pack lightly enough to fit the machine in my roll-aboard.
having just stepped off the plane so to speak, if you carry it in a medical equipment bag by itself, it does not count against your carry-on limit. Mine came from the DME in its travel bag. Since you got yours online, it might be extra. If you get the covetted TSA-PRECHK on your boarding pass - all is well. Don't remove anything from bags, and leave your shoes on your feet! It is such a relief. If you don't tho, put the cpap machine into clear plastic bags, because TSA may just dump it into a dirty bin. They did mine
Any machine I have purchased online came with their travel bag. and when I read the different adds from online CPAP suppliers, they advertise that the travel bag comes with the machine, at least so far.