Have you seen this article about the woman dragged off SW airlines? Obviously this wasn't handled correctly and there will be much discussion to come about that similar to the United incident earlier in the summer. My reason for posting however is different. The article mentions that people with life threatening allergies must have a medical certificate to fly. My DS has a peanut/tree nut allergy and has flown SW in the past. Every time I call ahead to alert the airline, but never has a certificate been mentioned. Does anyone else fly SW and know what they are referring to. Do I need to get one of those from my doctor before flying just in case?


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