Have you ever witnessed a friend claim to have a food allergy when you know he or she is just on a diet or doing “a detox”? Yes, it’s a thing.
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.
Carrier will be the first major international airline to make this policy change.
Allergy Eats app redesign allows users to customize results according to their allergens.
Our intrepid travel writer offers his guidance on preparing for, flying to, and staying in Southern Africa when you have allergies.
The Canadian airline WestJet has announced it is not carrying epinephrine auto-injectors in its medical kits