I am a huge fan of AA
's 762 F (or "P" as it coded in reservation systems) service on the transcons to LAX
. These so-called American Flagship Service or AFS flights feature an international style meal service in F on dinner flights, with warm nuts/crudities, a salmon cart, a salad cart with a la carte vegetables and lobster tails, a choice of four main courses and ice cream sundaes or a cake of some sort for dessert. None of the courses are pre-plated. In addition, F passengers get the personal DVD players that International J class gets on the 767-300 flights. Lunch flights are a little more scaled-back, with the salmon and salad carts combined into one course. Breakfast flights offer more choices than AA
's usual omlete or cereal, but the food quanity and quality is not much different than the non-AFS transcon breakfasts.
I think the AFS flights are the one area where AA
offers the leading premium product on the market and highly reccomend them to anyone. An added benefit is the opportunity to "star gaze" on the LAX