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Which airlines serve sparking mineral water to economy passengers?

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I'm hoping that some of you who are seasoned airline travellers will be able to help me nut out this problem:
I am only able to drink sparkling mineral water when travelling on flights. Because of my extreme sensitivity to artificial preservatives, I can't tolerate still mineral water, or the hot or cold waters that airlines have on board - they must be filtered through something that I react to.
I know Qantas and BA have sparkling water available in economy, and I know that Emirates definitely don't carry it on any of their flights.
On my last international trip, I was reduced to carrying 100ml bottles of water, because I was flying with Emirates and like all airlines these days, they don't allow passengers to carry liquids of any kind in containers larger than this. This isn't much liquid to be consuming on a flight of 8 hours plus.
Can anyone tell me of other airlines that I might have the option of using in the future?

Many thanks, Di

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