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I just flew SW Airlines yesterday from Cleveland to BWI and back for business and had the best experience. I am a fearful flyer and have a severe peanut allergy. They were great. They gave me...
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We have had a trip to Rome planned for the last 6 months, have ordered our select wisley food cards, rented an apartment close to hospital (at considerable cost), booked airfares 6 months ago etc....
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Last year we flew with Westjet from Ottawa to Tampa with our 9 year old PA son. It was his first flight ever. No peanut was served on board and the crew made sure that passengers sitting around my...
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We've come a long way, baby. My peanut allergic son is now 14yo and he traveled with a school group to Washington DC -- his first airflight without his parents at his side. We found Virgin America...
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Some of you may have received the same email I have. AAFA (Minnesota) was kind enough to send me their update on peanuts and planes as they relate to the upcoming meeting on Friday with NWA. There...
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we emailed and asked them to please reconsider perhaps if they had more reaction - they'd change the policy back to no-peanuts. Source- http://www.foodallergy.org/Advocacy/airlines.html "Effective...
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Peanuts on Northwest Airlines prompt protestsStory Highlights Months after airlines merger, many in Minneapolis have peanut-allergy concerns Minneapolis Web site inundated with responses: "What's...
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We just flew on Delta and each time I had to tell the flight attendant's that my daughter has a peanut allergy and each time they looked at me like they had never heard of this before. The worst...
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Just received a phone message from NWA that their policy re: peanuts is changing Feb. 2, 2009. The free snack is peanuts and they will not make an announcement of an allergic passenger. They have...
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i found this link online... thought I would share... [url="http://www.gadling.com/2008/03/17/southwest-airlines-deprives-me-of-peanuts-saves-lives/"]http://www.gadling.com/2008/03/17/southwest-...
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I want everyone to know we had a wonderful experience with this airline (a Delta reservation operated by comair). I let Delta know ahead of time (via telephone,at boarding pass registration, and...
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Recently flew from Singapore/Bali return with SQ. They are always fantastic with allergy, removing all nuts from flight etc. We however encountered a problem when flying back to Singapore. Arrived...
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My daughter and I are having to fly in 2 weeks overseas. Right now our choices are British Airways, KLM and Air Canada. She is both TN and PN allergic. She has never had an airborn reaction, but I...
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When we go to the beach, we see a significant amount of peanut shells on the beach. We avoid them at all costs moving to different areas. If a person with allergies would accidently step on them,...
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I emailed Alaska Airlines on if they served peanuts. Here's the reply: Reservation Support wrote: Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 16:25:24 -0800 Subject: Re: Contacting Reservations at alaskaair.com To: "...
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I just returned from a trip to Florida with my 2 kids. We flew AirTran b/c of positive posts on this site. I must say, we were sorely disappointed! I suppose each flight is unique, since each flight...
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I may be flying to Hawaii from Seattle soon and I am terrified to do so with my DS whose 2. He was just diagnosed in June. The flight is to meet up with DH who is coming home from deployment. I...
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we just returned from a trip in which we flew airtran. we had a pretty good experience with them, and i would definitely fly with them again. actually, i would probably fly with any airline as long...
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Thank goodness. Maybe all airlines will follow. It's a great idea to save them money, but it sure would make me more comfortable knowing that no peanuts would served to everyone. [url="http://www....
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