Southwest Airlines will once again allow travelers with peanut and nut allergies to pre-board to wipe seating areas for allergens.… Read more »
The tweet from Dr. Amish Shah caught my eye: “We experienced a medical issue on the flight back today, and… Read more »
On an overcast October afternoon, tennis coach Les Smith arrived at our New Jersey home to pick up my son… Read more »
As an advocate for airline accommodations for severe food allergies, I believe in the power of personal stories. This is… Read more »
The non-profit FARE is asking the CEOs of 10 U.S. airlines to commit to stocking epinephrine auto-injectors’ in all airplane… Read more »
Back in 2016, the food allergy community had high hopes for a bipartisan Senate bill that would have required all… Read more »
Legislation recently proposed by five U.S. senators aims to expand protection of the rights of air travelers with disabilities and… Read more »
In our view, the 2016 report of the Canadian inquiry into peanut, tree nut and sesame allergies on airplanes is generally disappointing.
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.