american762
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Just An American A300 Question

Fri Apr 14, 2006 5:53 am

I will be flying to Jamaica in May with some friends. New Yorks JFK - Montego Bay Sangster. I was wondering if anyone knew how American boarded/deplaned their A300 aircraft. On the jetway at JFK, do they board from the front door or the second door aft (as on many trans Atlantic/Pacific flights). I was wondering this, because depending on the gate situation in Jamaica, you may have to deplane via air stairs. If anyone knows this little tidbit of knowledge, I'd love to hear  Smile. Thanks in advance.


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