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Topic: Northwest Or American To Miami
Username: DeltaShuttle
Posted 1999-08-03 22:49:42 and read 870 times.

One of my friends is going from Detroit to Miami for some conference and is wondering whether to take Northwest of American. Both offer nonstop flights, so that is not an issue. What would you do?

Topic: RE: Northwest Or American To Miami
Username: Doug
Posted 1999-08-03 23:37:06 and read 867 times.

i would take american the nw terminal area in miami is not that good the american terminal is much better

Topic: RE: Northwest Or American To Miami
Username: Vctony
Posted 1999-08-04 01:30:35 and read 867 times.

Northwest has old planes and poor service but if your friend lives in the Detroit area Northwest would be the way to go if they want frequent flyer miles since Northwest practically owns DTW. If your friend doesn't care about miles than American is the way to go to Miami.

Topic: RE: Northwest Or American To Miami
Username: LH423
Posted 1999-08-04 03:21:35 and read 867 times.

Well my first consideration would be price. If that is not a factor, than the type of plane flown would be. If AA is flying a 757 and NW a DC-9, than I'd go AA. If both are flying the same plane, I'd fly AA just because that s what I always fly and I like them better.

Topic: RE: Northwest Or American To Miami
Username: Bruce
Posted 1999-08-05 05:37:14 and read 867 times.

FYI, Northwest DOES fly 757s on the DTW-MIA route. I was on one of them. Flight 995. A nice flight, but it had been delayed in DTW for some mechanical i think.

Topic: RE: Northwest Or American To Miami
Username: Adam84
Posted 1999-08-05 15:37:03 and read 866 times.

Fly american, Northwest is always delayed for some stupid reason, I think they do it just to see how pissed the passengers get, DTW's NW terminal(s) are spread all about, and DTW just plain old sucks, FLY American.

Topic: RE: Northwest Or American To Miami
Username: Dfw-man
Posted 1999-08-06 01:38:00 and read 866 times.

take it from a texan fly american boy


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