Passengers can also use a number of other nuts such as almonds.

While all reasonable steps Qantas and caterers are taken to reduce the exposure to peanuts in-flight and on the ground Qantas can not guarantee an allergy surroundings on board their aircraft or in their lounges. It is always possible that other passengers may bring peanuts or other nuts on board or in the lounges with him. Passengers can also use a number of other nuts such as almonds, cashews and macadamia nuts snack snack or after dinner snack. For this reason, we recommend that passengers no drugs they need with them in the cabin of the aircraft and be willing to take the medication to take if necessary.

So far, 17 pharmaceutical laboratories apply apply this recommendation and who is still in negotiations with others.

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