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I just returned from a RT on Alaska Air. Peanuts were NOT served on either flight. A small bag of pretzels (no peanut ingredients - no 'may contains') were served. I ate them with no problem. I...
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My husband just booked tickets for myself and my 17 year old DD with Air Canada. Her ticket was purchased on points and mine was not. We just discovered that her ticket is in business class and...
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Northwest! Fly Northwest.! I called ahead and was told not peanuts snacks on the plane but cant garantee blah blah. I had a doctors letter for epi, benedryl, nasal spray ect. No problems at...
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Hello, I posted a while back about trying to get a peanut free flight on this newer airline. Thanks all for the suggestions. many emails later here is there response: I have forwarded your flight...
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Last week I flew both American and United (switched to United after my American Airlines return flight was canceled for a mechanical problem). PA-wise, both went great. Neither airline served a...
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WOOT! I need to fly from Munich to Greece during my long stay in Europe and was concerned about airlines over there, as I'm not familiar. I wrote to Lufthansa using the webform, and I specifically...
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I fly a lot - most often on Southwest. I have never requested a peanut-free flight. When peanuts are served, I cough - sometimes my eyes itch and a time or two, I get hoarse but I don't feel that it...
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Apparently, if they can kick a baby and mom off a flight for breastfeeding, they *should* be able to kick someone off a flight for eating peanuts....lol. [url="http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15720339...
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I called and they said they don't serve peanuts but instead serve pretzels. I got the usual lecture about how they can't control what food people bring on the plane. Has anyone else ever traveled...
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[url="http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/19735896/"]http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/19735896/[/url] Mom and chatty toddler kicked off flight... This just shows how 'unfriendly' the Continental skies are. The...
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Hi All! My daughter and I are flying American Airlines next week. I just called to confirm our seats and to confirm that there would be no peanuts on board. She said that they hadn't been serving...
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I would like to take my 4 year pn/pine nut allergic son to Washington into Reagan for my nieces graduation. We have never flown, can anyone tell me which airline they recommend.? and any travel safe...
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Does anybody have recent experience with Hawaiian Airlines? We flew with our kids once on Hawaiian (it's our son with the PA), but that was before his diagnosis. We have all of our frequent flyer...
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I understand that many airlines (Continental especially) are not PA/TNA friendly and have a very inflexible view of the whole concept. But I wonder how many of you have flown on flight that had...
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I did see the messages on the site about airlines and even about Alitalia but I wondered if anyone else has flown recently on Alitalia. We are flying with our peanut allergic young adult son and...
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Continental obviously doesn't seem to understand food allergies. Their standard line that they can't control what people bring on flights ignores the research that shows that it is when large groups...
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We are planning to fly to Atlanta via Airtran. I have an email re peanut allergy issues to "contact us" but wanted to knwo if anyone has had any recent experiences
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I came across this while surfing. It's a few years old, but an interesting read. She talks about a passenger who got up & screamed that the flight was supposed to be peanut free after peanuts...
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I watched this last night and they showed a guy that was complaining about how he thought that the staff on Sounthwest airlines was rude to him about his peanut allergy. Apparently, when he made the...
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