|Top route||Los Angeles to Dallas/Fort Worth|
|Top airport||Dallas/Fort Worth|
All good. AA is excellent airline
Helpful and courteous. Clean airplanes.
It was a short flight on small plane. We luckily had the first row after 1st class so lots of legroom. No complaints.
Llego a tiempo
There was a huge weather delay and crew and pilots handled it amazing! So many people had connections and they were so helpful and cheering people on to make them
I have traveled with American for decades since I am based in Dallas, it is rare that I do not use them. I upgrade or I get upgraded to business class regularly. I notice the difference in the crews based on when they take drink orders. Before we take off or waiting until we are 20,000 feet up. This crew was exceptional. We had two people working business class while the plane loaded and everyone was served before takeoff. The attention to detail by the crew was exceptional. All I had to do was look up and eye contact was made and I received what I asked for. This is truly why I fly American. There are some routes where the crew do the very least and some that are exceptional. This was certainly service that other crews should strive for.
Ther is no fly,over book .and they let out in San pedro sula ,antil Monday 2 of October 2023
Over book the fly ,and they let out
Long flight delay from gate and in airplane due to maintenance issues then pilot switch. Why board us on the plane if they know we would need to switch pilots? We could easily have stayed another 90 min in the terminal despite already being there 3 hours.
No issues with flight. Only snack option was cookies.
Free wifi kept dropping so no inflight entertainment. And only snack option was cookies.
Customer service prior to boarding is horrible Communication regarding boarding gates is released at the last minute and the gates are very distant from Customs. Very disappointing
There was no drink/snack service and the electric outlets were not powered so I couldn’t charge my phone.
Great flight, great service but most of all- our luggage made the trip with us.,
On time performance & crew attentiveness both great
Legroom is extended
Bags lost in Charlotte. Bags delayed to our final destination.
No food available for purchase.
The flight was 3 hours late taking off. The lounge experience in Heathrow was terrible. No charging plugs, no table busting, and very overcrowded.
The business class configuration on this plane is really contorted and tight in space. To have to climb over another’s feet to go to the restroom was less than comfortable. Also, I was served meals handing all plates and drinks in front of the random flyer facing me on the aisle. I felt it was an elevated comfort + economy cs business class. Also, the interface at Heathrow is awful. The lounge had minimal plugs to recharge devices and it was so crowded, There were few seats available in both the North and South lounges. Rarely anyone came by to clean up after the last 3-4 people who sat in that chair.
The announcements for loading at the gate for my flight from Phoenix to Mex City was all in Spanish. The English only speaking flyers had no idea the plane was loading.
The snacks were fine and I did not use the entertainment so the ratingvis more n/a than mediocre. Staff were good and boarding is easy in group 2
Flight was delayed after boarding and no idea when it would take off. Crew in Portland did arrange for transport to Boston for a different set of flights to my destination.
Being on time would help since we missed our connection with your partner airline. Costly and ruined two days of our vacation.
on time, flight attendant very friendly
We were told we had no flights before our flight was continually delayed then cancelled.
American Airlines no longer has Bischoff biscuits. This is intolerable.
Slept through it all- no problems
Poor selection of films for the older traveler
Delays? Stress, etc.
On board American Airlines flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 56x36x23cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the American Airlines assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
American Airlines offers direct flights to 232 cities in 60 different countries. Dallas, Los Angeles, and Austin are the most popular cities covered by American Airlines.
American Airlines concentrates most of its flight operations in Dallas.
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Founded way back in 1930, American Airlines is one of the oldest carriers in the world. Existing as part of the America Airlines Group and partnering with US Airways since 2013, it has contributed to recording the largest number of passengers carried and destinations served in a calendar year on multiple occasions. Flights are offered to more than 50 countries around the world and serviced by roughly 125,000 employees.
The airline has their headquarters in Fort Worth; however, it also has a further 9 hubs around the United States, including in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Miami. They also operate a maintenance hub in Tulsa, which has its work cut out with a massive fleet size. American Airlines mainly uses a mix of Airbus and Boeing planes. McDonnell Douglas, Bombardier and Embraer jets are also part of their fleet, with a range of 44 to 140 seats. The most common aircraft in operation is the Boeing 737-800 model.
A founding member of the oneworld alliance, the airline has codeshare agreements with international companies such as Qantas, British Airways, Korean Air and Japan Airlines, among others. The partnering relationship provides customers a greater range of round-the-world tickets and can lead to more efficient flight transfers. Some of the American Airlines’ fleet have been painted dark grey with oneworld branding.
Passengers can choose between Economy, Premium Economy, Business and First Class seating. All customers receive complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic beverages, while First Class provides the luxury of a personal pod onboard and access to dining at Flagship Lounges back on land.