I need to travel to the East Coast again on business, to the NYC and MIA areas, then back to SoCal.
The dates are as follows:
1st flight - Depart Monday morning 4/14 from SoCal (LAX, SNA, or ONT) to NYC (JFK or EWR)
2nd flight - Depart Wednesday morning 4/16 from NYC (JFK or EWR) to MIA (MIA or FLL)
3rd flight - Depart Friday morning 4/18 from MIA (MIA or FLL) to SoCal (needs to be same airport departed originally from)
I would prefer non-stops, but it doesn't have to be.
It looks like AA has the only widebodies (767's - which are one of my faves) in operation on any of these flights, with non-stops, which is nice. Plus I have the most miles FF miles with AA.
CO and DL also flies these route with stops, but they only fly narrowbodies.
What do you think I should go with? Who has the best in-flight experience, along with the nicest/newest planes? Which airline has the nicest airports to arrive in, depart from, or connect through? My last trip to NY I chose AA because I wanted to fly in & out of their new JFK terminal. I have some flexibility to make my schedule and choice of airline as long as the fares are reasonably close to one another. I'm kind of leaning towards AA right now, but if there's a case for CO or DL, I might go with one of them.