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October 1998
Air Transport World;Oct98, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p116
Trade Publication
Comments on the proposed rules of the United States Federal Aviation Administration that concerns the airline industry. Establishment of a peanut-free zone in cabins; Effort of the government to make the cabin safe for those with food allergies; Effect of the proposed rules on the industry.


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