Traveling to The UK

I have a question my son is allergic to peanuts and eggs what advice on traveling on planes would help i am very new to this whole no peanuts and eggs?

By pnut_allergy1988 on Thu, 03-14-13, 22:45

As far as airlines go, Delta will stop serving peanuts if you notify them a few days in advance that your son has a peanut allergy. I used to travel all the time for work & constantly flew Delta and my experience with them was hit or miss. Sometimes, you will get very nice flight attendants who have no problem serving pretzels & sometimes you will get not so nice ones. I had one flight attendant try to explain to me that I was wrong about Delta's peanut policy and finally, another flight attendant told her she was wrong and she took the peanuts off the flight. Another time, a flight attendant continued coming to my aisle and asking if I was sure I had my epi-pen. I have written to Delta several times over their poor customer service regarding this and I've gotten at least three $100 credits. I have heard United is 100% peanut free so that may be an even better option.

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