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Just recently flew on AirTran and they are totally nut free. I told the F/A that my wife has a peanut allergy and they said that's exactly why they don't serve them.

On Oct 13, 2003

That is the greatest news. Most of my flying is with Airtran and with my parents now in Orlando, a two day drive from Memphis, we've considered flying to visit. We have two kids, Olivia 4 and Joseph 2 1/2. Joseph is PA.

I've never considered the ramifications of PA and airlines before looking at this thread. Of course, the safest thing to do would be make the drive and we may decide to do that rather than fly.

Now I need to search for Disney/Epcott information.

Thanks very much.

On Oct 13, 2003

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Originally posted by Daddy: [b]That is the greatest news. Most of my flying is with Airtran and with my parents now in Orlando, a two day drive from Memphis, we've considered flying to visit. We have two kids, Olivia 4 and Joseph 2 1/2. Joseph is PA.

I've never considered the ramifications of PA and airlines before looking at this thread. Of course, the safest thing to do would be make the drive and we may decide to do that rather than fly.

Now I need to search for Disney/Epcott information.

Thanks very much.[/b]

Ever been to "Fort Wilderness" at Disney? We towed our RV there this last summer. Bought one after looking at the cost of renting one.

On Oct 21, 2003

Daddy, During the Food & Wine festival at Epcot, there is a special peanut tent; it happens for a week sometime in November. Also, Mexico at Epcot seems to have a lot of peanut stuff on the menu, but my son loved the cheeseburgers (minus bun because of soy allergy) in France. There is also a McDonald's with chicken nuggets and fries. I think the bear claws in Canada were cooked in peanut oil, and skip the mickey ear ice cream bars. One game my son a few hives.

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