Easyjet bans nuts on all flights
European airline EasyJet has banned nuts on all their flights, this also includes passengers bringing their own nuts on the flights.
All products containing nuts will also be banned if a passenger allergic to nuts in on the flight.
At present, there are no rules governing the serving of nuts during flights.
German carrier Lufthansa is among other airlines with a rule against serving peanuts on their planes.
However, they cannot guarantee a 'nut free' environment.
Unfortunately, earlier this year, a passenger died on a British Airways flight after eating a baguette.
An 11-year-old girl called Josie would like to see nuts banned by all airlines, as she herself has a life-threatening nut allergy,
which makes her scared to fly in case someone has nuts on her flight.
She always takes an EpiPen with her but says:
"They only delay an anaphylactic reaction by a few minutes."
She also said:
"You cannot do anything if you are 30,000 feet in the air."