|Top route||Los Angeles to New York John F Kennedy Intl|
|Top airport||New York John F Kennedy Intl|
My TV was broken that was the only bad part. The rest was great.
They pulled our pilots for "another" flight and delayed us without any compensation.
The seat was visibly dirty, had not been cleaned. I used my own wipes and they were dark after wiping down the chair and tray table.
Boarding and take off from airport was on time. The crew and pilot were great!
No entertainment, no WiFi, not great seats. Crew was good.
The entertainment is still via a screen on the plane so wired headphones are needed (no bluetooth connect like united). The snacks were very generous.
They never came by to take empty cups or trash.
Flight kept getting delayed
Little more space
2 hour flight delay on takeoff. 40 min baggage delivery delay at carousel. Terrible
Flight was delayed 30 minutes, but otherwise was terrific. We used our points to upgrade to Mint for the first time which was a fun & comfortable. Josh & Kori were very attentive & genuinely cared about our comfort.
Flight was delayed over 5 hours. I was rebooked to another flight the next day with no compensation for a lost workday.
I don't recall hearing any boarding announcements, people just started getting in line. Flight attendants were nice. A bit chatty with each other but helpful enough during our tarmac delay. Plane ride was very comfortable.
I like the entertainment
Pros: Crew was courteous and flight crew was excellent.
Cons: Something has to be done with your entertainment system. Not only was it not working going out of Newark to Phoenix but also was not working on the return flight home. They tried to reboot it several times and it still didn’t work. You seen your advertising that you’re not going to be bored well it’s not true I was bored It made for a very unpleasant experience and I was very disappointed.
Cons: Is a super and nice service
Cons: God bless America 🇺🇸🙏❤
Pros: The crew was nice. My seat was ripped. There was some type of tape by the window. The flight was late and wasn’t informed
Cons: Communication with travelers if a flight will be late and better aircraft
Pros: Nice crew. Plenty of legroom
Cons: The time to get the luggage to baggage claim was way longer than expected.
Cons: The seat it’s narrow comfortably , not too bad!
Cons: Excellent trip
Cons: the flight was 2 hours delayed but the staff continuously kept us up to date
Pros: Yes everything was great
Pros: On time departure and early arrival
Cons: Nothing, good service
Pros: Easy check in, fast security check, new plane, on time.
Cons: Getting people organized to board. A bit crazy at the gate.
Pros: Seat comfort is better than many airlines but I still felt boxed in.
Cons: Flight crew was mediocre at best. Very abrupt and snippy when offering drinks and snacks. Flight attendant who gave disembarking instructions had difficulty with language and stuttered and stumbled with words.
Cons: Very good airline. Worry free
Cons: The stewardess could have done less talking over the plane intercom
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