When Southwest Airlines announced last year that it would no longer sell its salted and honey roasted peanuts on board aircraft, the fans of the snack were deeply sad.
So those crazy frequent flyers were crazy about when the airline brought back the snack this month and sold boxes full of their online store.
They even flew so high over the news that they snarled every last time, and the item has already sold out.
They're back! Southwest Airlines sells its beloved peanuts online after they took them off planes last year
Popular idea! The nuts – which cost $ 29 for two 10oz. bags – are already sold out and are in reorder
The courier made the announcement on social media last week and wrote: & # 39; Missing the Southwest peanuts? We have them here. Introducing the latest article in Southwest the Store: the peanut lunch box, complete with two bags of our legendary Southwest peanuts. & # 39;
On the website, it started selling retro lunch boxes for $ 29 filled with one 10oz. bag each with honey roasted and lightly salted peanuts.
Although $ 30 for two bags of peanuts may seem like a lot, it was nothing for fans they missed.
& # 39; Due to high demand, our peanut cans are currently in reorder. We now accept pre-orders and expect delivery within 2-3 weeks & # 39 ;, read a statement on the landing page of the notes.
Fans were delighted when Southwest announced last week that it would sell the nuts
Variation: the lunch box comes with a bag of lightly salted nuts and another roasted honey
Missed you! The peanut frenzy comes a year after Southwest pulled nuts from their flights and in August 2018 only started serving pretzels for people with allergies
Although the nuts are temporarily out of stock, serious super fans can still get peanut swag from the airline.
The online store also sells limited edition Honey Roasted and Lightly Salted Peanut Pouches for $ 9 each, and the brand says they are great for storing makeup.
There are also Commemorative Peanut Power Banks that sell $ 19 each for a limited time.
And most unlikely, there are $ 29 double-sided decorative cushions with peanut artwork.
Serious super fans can still get peanut swag from the airline, including $ 29 double-sided decorative peanut pillows
The online store also sells limited edition Honey Roasted and Lightly Salted Peanut Pouches for $ 9 each, and the brand says they are great for storing makeup
There are also Commemorative Peanut Power Banks that sell $ 19 each for a limited time
The peanut frenzy comes a year after Southwest pulled nuts from their flights and only started serving pretzels in August 2018.
& # 39; Peanuts & # 39; s will forever be part of Southwest history and DNA, & # 39; said the courier in a statement.
& # 39; However, to ensure the best on-board experience for everyone, especially for peanut-related allergies, we have made the difficult decision to stop serving peanuts on all flights.
& # 39; We hope that our free pretzels (and the wonderful portfolio of free snacks on longer flights), along with our legendary Southwest Hospitality, will appeal to customers who may be nostalgic or sad to see peanuts going. & # 39; # 39;
The airline had served peanuts on flights since the 1970s, and according to My San Antonio, spent more than 106 million bags in 2017.
The airline had served peanuts on flights since the 1970s and fans were disappointed when they were pulled
Fans were quite upset by the move, with some going to Twitter to complain about the pretzels and complaining about the loss of their beloved nuts.
But it came after years of allergy sufferers at airlines to make flying safer for them.
EasyJet recently announced in April that it banned sales peanuts on all flights.
Other airlines that ban nuts served on board are Qantas, Southwest Airlines, Lufthansa and British Airways.
American Airlines and JetBlue do not serve peanuts, but serve different nuts.
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