Of course not! Your assistive devices, respiratory assistive devices (CPAPs, POCs, etc.), medications, and/or medical supplies do not count towards your baggage allowance and can be brought on board free of charge. But, if there are any other personal items in a bag along with your assistive devices, the appropriate charge will be collected. We encourage our customers with special needs to carry on-board any assistive devices or medications that are medically necessary as long as they fit in the overhead compartment. To safely be stowed on-board, the device must not exceed 22 x 18 x10 inches (56 x 46 x 25 cm).