Hawaiian Airlines Allergy Policy

Hawaiian Airlines Allergy Policy

10/02/2012

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Peanut or Nut Allergy

Hawaiian Airlines recognizes that some people are allergic to peanuts or other nut products. Hawaiian Airlines does serve macadamia nuts in the first class cabin and a snack pack with pretzels in the main cabin. Due to last minute equipment changes and the possibility that other customers may bring peanuts or other nut products onboard, and because there may be trace elements of unspecified peanut ingredients in other meals and snacks, we cannot guarantee there will not be peanuts or peanut-related products in-flight. Please consider the possibility of exposure on any aircraft, particularly when accepting any in-flight meal or snack. We strongly advise customers to take all necessary medical precautions to prepare for the possibility of exposure.

You may bring your own food items on your flight. Many people take the precaution of carrying epinephrine (Epi-pens) or other suitable anaphylaxis treatment prescribed by their physician that can be self-administered. Please review TSA guidelines regarding the carriage of liquid prescription medication.

Please advise a Flight Attendant upon boarding if you have a nut allergy and we will gladly make an announcement to all customers on your behalf. Please understand that the request for customers not to consume nut products is a courtesy request and Hawaiian Airlines cannot make any guarantee.

If you require a specific dietary meal, which we cannot accommodate, we recommend that you bring your own meal onboard.


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