Air Canada was fine. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] Flew to Boston last week from Toronto. No peanuts. They had a bagged snack that was "may contain tree nuts".
On Oct 4, 2005
Flew Air Canada twice in September. No pproblems at all.. a great flight. They don't serve peanuts.
On Oct 4, 2005
Erik, another quick question for you if you don't mind. When (if?) you fly with an airline that serves PN's, do you have any kind or reaction when all the bags are opened? Do you intentionally travel airlines that don't serve pn's? Thanks, Adele
On Oct 9, 2005
Originally posted by Adele: [b]Erik, another quick question for you if you don't mind. When (if?) you fly with an airline that serves PN's, do you have any kind or reaction when all the bags are opened? Do you intentionally travel airlines that don't serve pn's? Thanks, Adele[/b]
I try to always fly on airlines that do not serve peanuts (ie Air Canada). However, when I do fly on an airline that does serve peanuts (ie Cathay Pacific) I have had no reaction when the peanuts are served and people open the bags.
The tiems I have had an airborne reaction in my life have been when I am in a restaurant that serves peanuts in the bar and everyone is breaking open the peanuts and eating them. I have been sitting in the restaurant area away form the nuts, but after about 20 or 30 minutes I start to sneeze a bit and get a runny nose... I now avoid restaurants that serve loose peanuts.
However, I have never had any problem on planes that serve peanuts (I had 6 flights on CAthay Pacific last year). I do, however, try to choose flights that do not serve peanuts.
On Nov 2, 2005
A guy sitting at an airport bar in Atlanta noticed a beautiful woman sitting next to him. He thought to himself, "Wow, she's so gorgeous, she must be a flight attendant. But which airline does she work for?"
Hoping to gain her attention, he leaned towards her and uttered the Delta Slogan, "Love to fly and it shows?"
She gave him a blank, confused stare and he immediately thought to himself, "Nope, not Delta."
A moment later, another slogan popped into his head. He leaned toward her again, "Something special in the air?"
She gave him an angry look.
He mentally kicked himself, and scratched American Airlines off the list.
Next he tried the United slogan, "I would really love to fly your friendly skies?"
This time the infuriated woman turned to him and said in a loud voice, "What the F__ do you want?"
The man smiled, and said.... "Ahhhh, Air Canada!"