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Just wanted to let people know that they do not use peanuts on their flights. I flew ANZ from Los Angeles to Tahiti in October without a problem. I brought wetones to wipe the tray and arm rests in...
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We just cancelled flights dh and ds had on Southwest. Even though we had non-refundable tickets, we were able to get a full refund. Given the new security concerns and no liquids being allowed in...
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Has anyone travelled Jet Star in Asia? I am hoping to book a (very cheap!) flight with them in April, but wanted to check first if people here have had any experience with them. Thanks, Susan
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Just wanted you all to know that we just got back from a trip to DisneyWorld. We flew Continental. I was prepared with my DS PA medications and snacks, but my biggest concern all along was how he...
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I would add this post to an earlier Southwest thread, but so much of it is dated information. I flew PHX to BWI nonstop, roundtrip a week or two ago. (5+ hours each way) Though the PHX to BWI...
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Hi All, Flew Jet Blue for our trip to New York. I was very surprised that they served cashews. We avoid all nuts --My son is more allergic to peanuts but also has a tree nut allergy. They...
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Hi all- I fly American all the time, and have rarely had problems domestic. Where I have had problems with my daughter (peanut & tree nut allergy) is on international. They would never provide...
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We flew last week on Frontier at the last minute because of a family emergency and Frontier was awesome! We had 2 flights each way and on each flight the crew made announcements to the passengers...
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US AIR is now selling trail mix that according to one rep includes "walnuts, cashews and pecans." I am unable to confirm if this is correct--but I can confirm they are selling nuts! The snacks are...
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We are traveling overseas next month on Korean Air---- who has not been very accomodating. Does anyone think that sitting on the second floor (747) would make any difference? I feel that my son...
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Anyone fly since the switch away from peanuts? We will be flying in November.
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Are there any??? We are looking for any language to help us advocate for safer airline flights for food allergic passengers.
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We are flying Alberta to California and want to fly Westjet. Any advice?
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I just traveled from Phoenix to Tulsa on Southwest with my 7yr old peanut allergic son and my 3 yr old. I had called ahead and given notification. When I got to the gate and hour early, they said I...
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Has anyone flown United/America West/Mesa since they quit serving peanuts? We are trying to book flights for Christmas before it gets too expensive and we are trying to get the best deal. American...
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I've read the previous post on the Airline forum about bringing epi onboard an aircraft - but has anyone had any other meds questioned? Inhaler? Benadryl? I called Southwest and was told that ALL...
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I just returned from an Arizona to S.C. round trip on Delta. No sign of the previous 'meals for purchase' that included PB sandwiches. They now offer a snack-pack with shortbread (may-contains) a...
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Just flew from NY to San Francisco. Great flight, head flight attendant tells me he's pa too and asks if I want him to just make the immediate area of rows peanut free or ask everyone on the plane...
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Well things are apparently back to normal with Qantas. Rang the Singapore office to day, as we are flying out on Sat. night just to reinform them about DS allergy and that we would be carrying epi-...
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We have just flown on Thai Airways, from L.A. to Bangkok. It took some coordination and communications, but I was able to ask for non-peanut snacks for the entire flight. They served pretzels (which...

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