DOT complaint targets denial of preboarding as breach of Air Carrier Access Act.
Those with peanut and nut allergies can breathe a little easier when they fly with WestJet. Changes to the airline’s food allergy policy mean that tree nuts and peanuts will no longer be served or sold on board.
Sure you have to do your homework before you leave but follow these expert tips and traveling with food allergies won’t seem so daunting.
Without a scientific study showing that passengers can have severe reactions to peanuts from airborne peanut particles, the U.S. Department of Transportation has a hard time persuading Congress to ban peanuts on airplanes.