When Singapore Airlines (SIA) revealed this week its decision to stop serving peanuts as snacks on its flights, it joined many airlines in the industry that have made similar moves.
Carriers such as Qantas, Japan Airlines and British Airways already avoid serving peanuts as snacks or as part of in-flight meals.
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