Delta airlines ~ Death on two wings

Posted on: Mon, 08/03/2015 - 8:30am
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I was shocked when flying Delta airlines that they are the only airline that still serves peanut packets as a snack.

Yes that means about 200 open packets on any given flight. The flight attendant said they made an emergency landing the week before after a child had contact with a toilet door and reacted.

i told the pilot that his cabin was not safe regards the peanut and he was so ignorant and said 'don't eat em then"

I urge you all to write to Delta and boycott this airline until they stop this dangerous and unnecessary practice.
Vote with your wallet

Posted on: Thu, 02/20/2020 - 11:01am
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Joined: 09/13/2015 - 19:29

Southwest Airlines also serves peanut snacks. They will accommodate any request to make a particular flight peanut free, however, there is obviously peanut residue everywhere from previous flights. They also let you pre-board to make sure that you can wipe the trays, seats, etc. around you. But they just won't give up that peanut snack!

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