Opinion: Airlines are violating privacy on food allergies.
Allergy organization wants passengers with food allergies to be allowed to pre-board.
DOT complaint targets denial of preboarding as breach of Air Carrier Access Act.
In our view, the 2016 report of the Canadian inquiry into peanut, tree nut and sesame allergies on airplanes is generally disappointing.
Advocacy groups still hope to enhance on-board provisions for passengers managing food allergies.
In-flight staff would be required to know how and when to use auto-injectors for food allergic passengers under proposed federal legislation
Hawaiian Airlines adds Gluten-Free Snack Boxes to their onboard menu.
Crew “may” now ask passengers nearby not to open or eat peanut products.
An unprecedented opportunity to make the case directly to the top U.S. airlines for clear guidelines for accommodating air travelers with food allergies.