We seemed to have help US air change their nut policy, why don't we do letter writing and calling to Delta, they have recently changed their peanut policy and are going to serve peanuts again.
On Apr 11, 2006
US Air has NOT yet changed their nut policy. Another poster misinterpreted their response.
They are going to consider their policy this summer, but for now it is still a snack rotation policy that does include several types of peanuts.
Please continue to write and call US Air.
Although more on topic, I have nothing against doing the same for Delta too!
On Apr 12, 2006
I will definitely help out with a campaign to try to persuade Delta to change their policy.
We are probably flying Delta internationally this summer and am scared stiff. (We have no choice in our airline, since the USG is paying for it, not us.)
Does anyone have an address for Delta?
On Apr 14, 2006
Yes I do.... this is Delta's e-mail, its a form which is a pain but for some its easier then writing or calling, below that is their phone number (business office) and address. They recently added peanuts back into their snacks offered!
Mail Delta Air Lines, Inc. P.O. Box 20706 Atlanta, Georgia 30320-6001
Thanks for your help!
On Apr 15, 2006
when i e mailed delta about there peanut policy they told me they ould give us a buffer zone. but our son cant be in the same room with peanuts, so i e mailed them back stating this and they never replied.
On May 11, 2006
I recently flew Delta Airlines a couple of weeks ago from Stuttgart, Germany to Atlanta and was appalled by their lack of cleaning between flights and thankful that my peanut allergic daughter was not with me. I had a window seat and in the space between the seat in front of me and the wall there was all kinds of food products including croutons and candy. This was a 10 1/2 hr int'l flight. Shouldn't they have done some cleaning? The little commuter plane that I took from Atlanta to NC was even worse. There were peanuts all over the floor in front of my seat! It was truly scary. I felt so terrible even putting my bag on the floor. On the first flight I had one bag of peanuts and then didn't bother with anymore because I was so worried about policing up after myself thoroughly. I mean I had to touch my bag to get to wipes and then having to worry about any contamination getting on my book or ipod, it just did not taste good enough to be worth all that trouble. It has been almost two years since I have flown on an American airline before this. Have they really become so lax? I can't believe how dangerous this is. I have developed a recent allergy to dogs and I could tell the difference in the way I felt on one of the flights that had a dog on it, and this isn't even a fatal allergy. Really how hard is it for airlines to serve pretzels? Do you see how people eat their peanuts and then so freely brush their hands together anywhere, touching everything? It just makes me cringe. Of course, they don't know any better. Thanks for listening to my rant!
On May 16, 2006
I just flew on Delta last week and what a dangerous situation they are placing folks with peanut allergies in. They are serving peanuts and the policy is they will not serve them in the four rows before and after the person with the allergy. This does not help my child as she has an airborne and tactile reaction. Please start emailing all of your friends and family about this policy and also cc: Delta airlines. I have started this already. DO NOT FLY ON DELTA!!!!!
On May 16, 2006
I just flew Delta this week and had a very positive experience. I alerted the airline when I made my reservation and I informed the gate agent as well. When we boarded the plane, we were greeted by the flight attendant who stated they would not be serving peanuts at all on the flight. This was a domestic flight