Will be traveling with a C-Pap machine that is in its carrying case. Will this count as one of our carry-on items, or is it considered a medical device as when traveling in the U.S.? Thank you.
You should contact LOT. Different airlines might have different policies. I'm nearly certain that someone has reported here that his CPAP equipment was counted as a carry-on bag. I don't know what airline he was flying.
As one example of how things medical can be handled differently in different places, if you fly out of London-Heathrow, all liquids--including medical liquids--must be in your 3-1-1 bag or in a checked suitcase. You are not permitted to carry on extra medically-necessary liquids--though I think there may be an exception for infant formula.
Your responses are much appreciated! I have tried to contact LOT, but have not received a response, so will try again. Leaving the machine at home is not an option.
Of course not. I'm sure you'll be able to carry it on; it's just a matter of whether you'll be able to take very much else into the passenger cabin. I have no idea what LOT's rules are. I flew the airline from Odesa to Warsaw in 2018, but I always check my suitcase, so the issue of too many carry-ons didn't come up.