Photo © Jason Knutson
We were all given Bistro meals that were small and bad, but it was nice to get food. I took a picture and it should be up on the Airlinemeals.net site soon. The plane was VERY roomy and I was in seat 25A right on the wing. We left JFK on runway 31L and climbed over Floyd-Bennett field. When I asked for a pillow the flight attendant fluffed it for me and put it under my head... and I was in coach!!! We were at FL340. The crew made me very comfortable and I really felt welcomed. Th beverage cart came by four times on this flight. There was thever a time the F/A was not right there taking my order. The first class curtain remained open the whole flight and I could see how great the pursar was in the first-class cabin. He was so freindly like everyone else. When we landed at DFW I was amazed at what a mAAchine it was:
Photo © Jonathan Derden
Thre were so many AA aircraft (espessialy MD-80s) going back and forth. There were almost no non-AA planes. It was awesome. DFW was huge and had good food. THe plane parked in Terminal B but my connection was in Terminal A. I took the TrAAin to the next terminal. The TrAAin connects all of the terminals serviced by AA (A, B, and C). Once at Terminal A I was first on line to board the Saab 340 to LBB.
Photo © AirNikon
I was selected for further screening. The guy was so nice about it telling me where his hands would go before they went there. I was on a COflight recently and they were SOOOO rude about it. The guy made me feel like a human being. The Saab 340 was cramped and hot as hell as compared to the MD-80. There was a moth flying around that I was trying to kill. We got our pretzles and drink but the FA was really new. She was reading instructions off of a card and had to look at the oxygen masks instructions before she herself could put it on durning the demo. The fligt was at FL160 and uneventfull. I was in seat 10A... RIGHT ON THE WING!!! LBB is a small airport with no amenities. I have flewn AA many times and it has NEVER been this good.
SORRY FOR TYPOS.