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What is the Ryanair policy for carryon CPAP machines

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We are traveling to Spain on the 20th for our first visit to Spain. 2 of our flights are on Ryanair so we are being very careful about baggage. Unfortunately I have to carry a CPAP machine for Apnea. It is about 8" x 12" x 5" in it's case. Does Ryanair count this as my 1 carryon or can I bring a separate carryon? I will have a letter from my doctor that it is necessary medical equipment.

It has been a battle telling my wife, daughter, and 17 year old grandaughter that "steamer trunks" full of shoes and clothes they'll never wear is not gonna happen but not being able to bring a carryon due to this CPAP will probably put them over the edge. This will be my second adventure in Europe with 3 women.

Looking forward to all the beautiful lights in Malaga and especially the tapas and sangria.

Thanks for the help

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