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Hi Everyone, Quick question...New Peanut and Tree Nut Allergy and I wanted to put Vick's [b]Baby [/b]rub on DD. It has Eucalyptus oil in it. Will she have a reaction to the rub because it has tree...
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hi all - just some recent info from US Airways as I just got off the phone with a disability specialist. From this page: [url="http://www.usairways.com/awa/content/traveltools/specialneeds/peanut....
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Hey there everyone - Has anyone flown to Maui (OGG) from San Francisco (SFO) on United lately? We're taking off in a few weeks and I'm a tad anxious...
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DH and DS are flying in a few weeks, and Continental had the best fare--by a considerable amount. DH was aware of the problems with Continental reported on this board, and since we've flown once...
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I flew ALLEGIANT AIR to Las Vegas last week and they served the greatest snack food called Vegas SNAX! Baby! Caramel Popcorn. I am severly allergic to peanuts and this POPCORN bag was huge plus it...
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Can you believe this? I'm so nervous when I go to the airport, whether its to travel myself or see my kids off, I'll probably get arrested for crying! Actually, it did happen to me when I left CA...
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We have always used Jet Blue everytime we fly because the are usually great about my 4 yr olds nut allergy. The flight down was great but the flight home was far from wonderful. A man one row...
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When we fly, one entire carry-on is safe food for us to eat. (Adults forego food & deal with it if we are super-delayed and kids must eat). I usually use the biggest back pack for this --...
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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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