Preboarding with allergies
I always board early and wipe down my seat, tray table, arm rests, etc. I have never been denied pre-boarding, even with American Airlines (which has a policy that specifically refuses pre-boarding due to allergies), but then we also almost exclusively fly with airlines that have good allergy policies, like WestJet, Air Canada, and Alaska Airlines (among others). I always fly with long pants and a hooded long sleeve sweater or jacket too, to minimise any skin touching surfaces.
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