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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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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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