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I was given incorrect info on Alaska's policy. On request, they will make the flight PN free. However, they cannot guarantee what people bring on board, peanuts left over from previous flights in...
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Southwest Airlines also still offers peanut free flights upon request, and the reservationist was very accomodating and helpful when I made my reservation. We will be traveling to Orlando next week...
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Southwest Air and Alaska should be congratulated for recogizing the seriousness of PA. I was also told that on request, no peanuts would be served on your Southwest flight- but you need to: bring a...
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I wanted to post about our recent trip. We flew America West. They assured me that all four flights (we had connecting flights both ways) would be peanut free. A week before we went they decided the...
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Here is a link to a thread on the Main Discussion Board that is about flying. [url="http://client.ibboards.com/peanutallergy/Forum1/HTML/000223.html"]http://client.ibboards.com/peanutallergy/Forum1...
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Hello: I'm a writer looking for information on the ban of peanuts on airlines, and I'm hoping you can help me find some information. Can anyone tell me where I can find information on the DOT...
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On this site i have heard this term used several times. What is it and what does it do? thanks
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I wanted to let everyone see these ideas which might be able to be incorporated into dealing with peanut allergy and the airlines. Also you can let the airlines know that if they can do this for...
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I'm Michelle, and I'm 13. Ths summer I flew accross the contry to visit my Dad. I flew on Delta. I'm allergic to peanuts. Not suvire, but pretty bad. I break out in hivese and some times it's hard to...
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DOES ANYONE HAVE INFORMATION ON AM. WEST? MY SONS AND I ARE FLYING OUT THURS.AND I'M NERVOUS ABOUT THE FLIGHT. OF COURSE I WILL CARRY ALL THE MEDS. AND THEY SAID THAT IT WOULD BE A PN FREE FLIGHT....
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I am taking my 4 year-old, peanut-allergic son to Disney from Boston. He is very sensitive - even to touch - if someone else is eating peanuts and he touches their hands he will have a reaction....
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Salina, Be wary of Lufthansa. I have been trying to get them to agree not to serve peanut snacks for over a year now, and they keep giving me the run around (I would like to fly from Ankara, Turkey...
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Many have contacted us recently because they are working, or want to work, to make the airlines safer to travel on for peanut allergic people. If you are interested in working on this in any capacity...
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Hi all, I notice several people indicating that some representatives from some airlines are saying that their airline no longer serves peanuts on flights. I have come across a grave difficulty when...
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We recently took a round trip flight to Orlando on Metrojet. I had called prior to the flight to arrange a peanut-free flight. No problem. When I got on the plane the flight attendent confirmed...
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Instead of flying to the UK from LA with Continental we will be taking American (they are the only airlines that fly direct to Birmingham International, UK). Now I have a refund from Continental I...
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Can anybody recommend any airline which is willing to provide peanut-free zones and food on long haul flights? I fly to England from the USA frequently, and I have used Continental since '94. I am...
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Just an observation here. Last week I had to travel to Seattle (without my peanut allergic child). I had a RT ticket on a non-stop flight from Washington, DC to Seattle. On both flights, NOT ONE...
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Just wanted to let everyone know that US Airways will not serve peanuts on a flight if you inform them of your allergy! The reservations clerk I spoke to was wonderful. She informed me that someone...
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