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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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Has anybody flown with Midwest Airlines? I did a search and something came up from 6 years ago. I was wondering if they are safe for someone with PA.
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We're traveling to Disney in May (on United) and I was checking out the [url="http://www.wdwinfo.com"]www.wdwinfo.com[/url] discussion boards. There was a discussion of a type of messenger bags....
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We just flew American round trip to visit my MIL in Florida. Of course, at the time of our reservation we checked to make sure they weren't serving peanuts/tree nuts. They said no, just pretzels....
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Anyone fly either of these lately? How were they about peanut and nut allergies? What did they serve for snacks and meals?
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Hi, Guys, We just got back from Disney (They're so great there about food allergies-I think they should spread their magic in all restaurants, and airlines, too). Anyway, we chose American Airlines...
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We just got back from flying to London and back on british air. They have a written no peanut policy so I felt safe flying with my son who is peanut and tree nut allergic. They did not serve actual...
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We are getting ready to move our family to Hong Kong (which is another topic). We will be flying there on Korean Air. Has anyone ever flown with them? My toddler is severely allergic. I am very...
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Can anyone suggest a peanut/nut free airline to fly to Israel? Thanks.
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G'day everyone, I'm posting this from Albuquerque NM. I flew over yesterday with Qantas. Their stuck-in-the-mud attitude to peanuts being served with drinks seems to have changed - they served a...
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Hi, my name is Erin. My 3 year old daughter has a severe peanut and tree nut allergy. We will be flying to Israel in May and are currently having to choose between British Airways and Alitalia for...
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I just received a phone call from US Airways. They said their final decision regarding peanuts is that they are discontinuing them after their supply is depleted. (estimated to be 6/30/06) They...
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Our 11 y/o daughter will be flying Air France to Italy for a soccer tournament next week. I called them and they said that they usually don't serve peanuts or nuts. Usually???? I would have expected...
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I did a search for skywest on here and only saw two threads where they were mentioned -- and I couldn't find where exactly in the thread it was mentioned. Please note - skywest is NOT AmericaWest....
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I am so concerned about flying this summer with my HIGHLY allergic PA daughter, age 5. She has had severe reactions like drop in BP, loss of consciousness, vomiting, swelling, etc etc. Her levels...
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Hi A/all I just came back from the most comfortable trip I have had ......I flew Westjet and they not only are peanut free but they were considerate and caring when I explaied emergency procedures to...
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Hi, We are heading from Canada to Disney in Florida with our PA son on West Jet airline. Has anyone experienced travelling with them. We plan to call ahead with the info re our allergy. It's our...
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It is not over yet...now we need to convince them to make it SOP for flight attendants to make the "please refrain from eating nut products" announcement. JetBlue does this very effectively.
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I have a good friend who is a captain with American Airlines. I asked her to check and see if epi is in the onboard medical kits. There is a 10 ml vial per kit and there are at least two kits on...
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I have written two letters to USAir re: the peanut issue. The first response I received was the same letter some of you have also received. Today I received a call from Barb in some executive office...

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