|Quoting Keysman73 (Reply 5):|
I'm looking at paying around £400 for the flights. I could get cheaper flights with other carriers, but I'm going to pay the extra for the direct flights and also to come back on a day flight on Sunday 5th Nov(BA only).
There is only about a £10 difference in the flight prices between carriers.
|Quoting Lufthansa (Reply 1):|
AA if you're part of the frequent flyer program and need the points, other than that its BA hands down. AA don't even give you a glass of wine a charge.
|Quoting Alaskaqantas (Reply 12):|
Go with BA mate! Also if you are an AA frequent flyer and you want mile son them then you should be able to put your BA flights into AA miles as they are Oneworld partners!
|Quoting Speedbird203 (Reply 3):|
Take the British Airways flight, You have more chance being on there 747-400, Then your guranteed more legroom. Also with American i think it will probably be there T7 on the route which isn't going to have as much leg room as BA's 744, I have never flown with American but i would still choose BA.
|Quoting B742 (Reply 6):|
I am flying LHR-BOS on AA in December, if you fly AA you can purchase an One-Day pass into the Admirals Lounge at Heathrow. The Admirals lounge is pretty much the J class lounge and has showers and other facilities. You can purchase this option for $50 which is quite good!
|Quoting FURUREFA (Reply 15):|
AA has the same pitch or more, so I would pick AA.