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peanuts

Greater Manchester...
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peanuts

are passengers allowed to eat peanuts on flights ? ive heard they are banned on all flights now

San Francisco...
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1. Re: peanuts

hahahhaha

well i hope they don't disappoint us!

Greater Manchester...
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7,982 posts
5 reviews
2. Re: peanuts

i cant fly without my nut fix

San Francisco...
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16,206 posts
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3. Re: peanuts

sorry for response #1--wrong forum.

Buckinghamshire...
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156 reviews
4. Re: peanuts

Hello you two .... fancy meeting you here. Word of warning talking about peanuts/allergies/planes on air travel forum is likely to start a lively debate!

Seattle, Washington
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10,857 posts
94 reviews
5. Re: peanuts

OP - do a search. There is a really, really long and boring thread about this already. No, they aren't banned, though you may be asked to refrain from eating peanuts on some airlines if you are seated around someone with allergies.

Fredericia, Denmark
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37,532 posts
7 reviews
6. Re: peanuts

Some airlines serve peanuts and other nuts with your drinks.

Lake Crystal...
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591 posts
30 reviews
7. Re: peanuts

Some people claim to be allergic to air conditioning, so the "peanut thread" should really take off, so to speak.

Buckinghamshire...
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3,063 posts
156 reviews
8. Re: peanuts

And so it begins .......

South Pole
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36 reviews
9. Re: peanuts

some airlines now have a kid free zone.

next step, a nut free zone

then an overweight pax free zone

perfume/aftershave free zone

flatulence free zone,,,,,,,and so it will go.

10. Re: peanuts

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Removed on: 12 February 2013, 20:35