Avoiding Southwest Airlines with a peanut allergy
We have found this airline to be sometimes difficult with our daughter's peanut allergy. In Atlanta, the gate attendant allowed us on a little early, so that we could clean the seat. But for the return trip, departing San Antonio, they would only let one of us board early with her. This made it much more difficult to clean the seat and get situated before the rest of the passengers started boarding. And then, they made the point of informing the passengers still waiting that the delay was due a passenger with a peanut allergy. We typically fly Delta more often, when the prices are comparable. They are much more accommodating.