Super80Fan wrote:BerenErchamion wrote:spinotter wrote:
Who are the people who are having to go to so much trouble for something that is not their fault?
But an airplane is only incidentally a trigger risk. Serving peanuts on airplanes may be a custom or common practice, but it's not inherent to air travel, and if it can be changed to make it more accessible to everyone without restricting anyone's choices of airlines, seating options, etc. then that absolutely should be done. It shouldn't be incumbent on people with these kinds of allergies to have to do extra planning that everyone else doesn't have to do to avoid incidental risks.
Sure WN is probably smart here stopping serving peanuts however I have every right in the world to bring my own peanuts onboard and consume them. You do not have the right to tell me what I can and cannot eat.
You need to educate yourself; you don't have 'rights' when flying. Plus your statement, to put it mildly, is selfish