i need help please

Posted on: Thu, 03/09/2006 - 6:59am
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ok so by reading quickley through this airline topic section im shocked to find out that us airways and nw airlines are again serving peanuts. does any one have any info on united or delta connection/ comair??
theise are the only 4 airlines that are in the small airport in our city and we are going to be booking flights to disney , and to south carolina, im just a little bit freaking out here.
how the heck am i going to visit my parents?? im defently not going to drive my kids from ny to sc ... im not that nuts and im deffentely not going to drive to fla!!!
every time i think i have this peanut allergy thing down, i read something else and im all freaked out again!!

Posted on: Thu, 03/09/2006 - 8:51am
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I don't know if this helps you feel any better, but Northwest, as far as I know isn't serving peanuts. They ARE, however, serving cashews and almonds to which my son is equally severely allergic - just like peanuts. It doesn't make me feel better, but I wanted to clear that up for you.
UGH.

Posted on: Thu, 03/09/2006 - 10:10am
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I just spoke with AirTran today and also have it in writing that they do not serve peanuts. I know they fly to South Carolina because we are flying them to Myrtle Beach this summer. Don't know if they fly out of NY but it would be worth checking. Good Luck!

Posted on: Thu, 03/09/2006 - 8:51am
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I don't know if this helps you feel any better, but Northwest, as far as I know isn't serving peanuts. They ARE, however, serving cashews and almonds to which my son is equally severely allergic - just like peanuts. It doesn't make me feel better, but I wanted to clear that up for you.
UGH.

Posted on: Thu, 03/09/2006 - 10:10am
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I just spoke with AirTran today and also have it in writing that they do not serve peanuts. I know they fly to South Carolina because we are flying them to Myrtle Beach this summer. Don't know if they fly out of NY but it would be worth checking. Good Luck!

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