Like her first encounter, which took place just days before Christmas, Bethenny documented Thursday's experience on Twitter.
According to the Skinnygirl mogul, she realized bass was being served when she boarded the aircraft, despite having called the airline ahead of time to ensure there would be no fish on the flght. It's unclear which airline Bethenny was flying, but she did say they "know who they are."
After bringing the issue to the attention of the crew, Bethenny said the pilot "delightfully announced" that they had to turn around, which she claims she "protested" because she didn't want to inconvenience other passengers.
Called airline mult x to say I have fish allergy. Got on & they're serving bass. They couldn't not serve it they said. Then they were turning around which I protested bc it would delay people. Cabin asked to not serve it & pilot made announcement to plane. That was fun. #epilife
Immediately after sharing her experience om Twitter, fans and critics of the reality star began offering opinions and alternatives.
"Fly private," one person suggested, to which Bethenny replied, "I am fortunate enough to do that sometimes, but it is a massive waste and not environmentally friendly if doing solo. But I hear ya."
A second person asked the self-made millionaire if she could "invest" in her "own, personal airplane/jet," but Bethenny insisted she "ain't got it like that," adding that she wants to "work less, not more."
I am fortunate enough to do that sometimes, but it is a massive waste and not environmentally friendly if doing solo. But I hears ya. https://t.co/myCb4ppvKx
After some fans debated whether a food allergy could be airborne, Bethenny tweeted, "To clarify: some allergens are transmitted by touch and air. Fish is one and is fatal. The more exposure to them, the more susceptible. It's not like an immunity thing where more exposure means less susceptible. It's opposite. I've always kept it quiet, but that's over now."
The reality star also expressed a desire to change airline policies in regard to food allergies, as well as embarrassment with the whole ordeal.
"Being trapped in a cabin with no windows while cooking fish is a death trap. The airlines and world needs to change," she tweeted. "I was always self-conscious about it, and today didn't help."
She ended her thread by saying, "This policy will change if it is all I focus on."
To clarify: some allergens are transmitted by touch & air. Fish is one & is fatal. The more exposure to them, the more susceptible. It's not like an immunity thing where more exposure means less susceptible. It's opposite. I've always kept it quiet but that's over now.