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Flights to Japan will be reduced by Delta Air Lines. Delta, along with other airlines, is being put to the situation because of conditions imposed by the earthquake and tsunami. Demand for air travel...
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For the sixth time since Jan. 1, most airlines have increased their standard prices. This particular boost in fares is unusual because Southwest was integrated. Southwest is typically the holdout on...
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Hi everyone I just found this forum and wanted to share something I do when I fly. I ordered business cards from an online printing company- I think I got about 200-300 for about 25.00, can't really...
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We are considering flying Icelandair in August to go to the Netherlands. Has anyone flown with Icelandair or know about their peanut policy? I just emailed them inquiring, but have not heard back yet...
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I have twin 11yo who are pa/tn/egg/shellfish (among lots of others) allergic. We will be flying on US Airways (don't serve peanuts) My question is what type of documentation does everyone take and...
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I am awaiting some type of response from Delta on a flight we recently took based on our treatment. Please note they have a "buffer policy" that only the flight staff seems to be aware of. I would...
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We have flown United by choice due to thier peanut policy. They don't serve. Continental, I never liked the "zone" approach they used. Any information yet on which airline is going to dominate on...
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This is for Australian air travellers or anyone that is coming to Australia in the future and will be flying within Australia with Virgin Blue and carry an epipen. I got this information from [url...
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I just called JETBLUE because DS&I are flying to NC this August JETBLUE states they serve cashews on all flights. They did offer not to serve cashews during our flight. But Im not sure my nerves...
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It's quick and easy to contact the Department of Transportation to voice your support of accommodations for peanut-allergic airline passengers. Just go to http://www.regulations.gov/search/Regs/...
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Hi All, I just wanted to share with you that after almost a years of correspondence with Lufthansa I finally on Feb 25th received an email from Monika Machetanz, Director of Global Ground Products...
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It's quick and easy to contact the Department of Transportation to voice your support of accommodations for peanut-allergic airline passengers. Just go to http://www.regulations.gov/search/Regs/...
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The US Department of Transportation is considering peanut allergies in air travel: This is a chance to make your voice heard! Comments may be submitted here:http://regulationroom.org/airline-...
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I'm taking my daughter to Hawaii for her 16th birthday in a few weeks and I am very concerned about the airline serving peanut products on the plane. I have contacted them and they assured me that...
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Thank goodness there's another cheap airline that doesn't serve anything! Anyone have a good or bad experience with Airtran? TIA.
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Can anyone tell me about experiences with Midwest Airlines? They partner with Frontier. They have the equivocal "we care for your safety but sell snacks with nuts" line on their website. There's...
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The Nut Free Mom Blog (http://nut-freemom.blogspot.com) and Food Allergy Buzz (that's me, http://www.foodallergybuzz.com) have started a Facebook Group called "You Don't Need Nuts to Fly". It's not...
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We're taking our first transatlantic flight with Alex this fall, he'll be barely 3. With his PA, we need a safe flight, but given his age and the general difficulties with prolonged travel, we...
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has anyone encountered any trouble with bringing the epi-pen onto an airplane? we fly out on thursday and this will be our first flight since we started carrying the pens for both of our allergic...
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I don't usually worry about peanuts and flying even with my severe allergy. I clean the seats, keep my hands to myself and bring ny own food. This time I am flying to AU on Virgin Blue from LAX to...
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