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Old Oct 9, 16, 6:04 pm
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Originally Posted by SPLITTERZ View Post
That's garbage. If they have a nut allergy, they shouldn't sit in that cabin/seat. It appalling that she wasn't asked to move to me, and you a paying customer was inconvenienced. Sorry that happened to you, even if it isn't a big issue in the grand scheme of things.
I'm going to guess you don't operate a business that the ADA covers (airlines aren't regulated by the ADA, but a very similar piece of legislation called the ACAA.). If you did, I would ask your council about food allergies and the ADA and suits that have been settled over alleged violations. A 5 second google will provide you enough data to know that you are very wrong on your interpretation of what accommodations must be made for people with food allergies
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