Emirates airline announced on Wednesday that it 'cannot guarantee a nut-free inflight environment' and advised passengers to consult their doctors before traveling. This statement follows an incident involving Love Island celebrity Jack Fowler, who is allergic to nuts. Fowler mistakenly consumed a curry with cashew nuts on an Emirates flight. Upon arrival at Dubai airport, he was immediately taken to the hospital for treatment. An Emirates spokesperson confirmed that 'teams on the ground are providing all possible assistance.' After eating the curry, Fowler informed a flight attendant about his difficulty in breathing and asked if the meal contained nuts. Initially told there were no nuts, it was only after his friend insisted on checking the menu that Fowler discovered it was a 'creamy cashew nut chicken curry.' He detailed his ordeal on Instagram, stating he was at risk of dying and required immediate emergency treatment. Fowler received five tanks of oxygen and used his adrenaline pen. He reportedly urged the flight supervisor to expedite the landing, stating, 'If you don’t land this plane soon, I will die on this plane,' which prompted the pilot to hasten the journey. An Emirates spokesperson expressed regret over Fowler's experience and reiterated the airline's commitment to customer safety and health. This incident marks the second time Fowler has been served a nut-containing meal during a flight, the first being with Qatar Airways. Emirates' website notes that nuts are served on all flights, either as part of meals or with drinks. The airline cannot guarantee a nut-free environment and advises passengers with specific dietary needs to select from a range of special meals available up to 24 hours before the flight.