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AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 12:35 am

Hi all! I recently moved to Boston for the summer for an internship with the Red Sox. I was lucky (or unlucky?) enough to fly in first on AA's SAN-BOS non-stop. I apologize in advance, I did not get the reg # on the 757 I was on, forgive me!

side note: fellow a.netter XJRamper was booked on this flight with me, but due to extenuating circumstances couldn't make it. This one's for you Zach!

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the massive amounts of luggage I checked. I had to declare excessive value, which cost me about $40. My mom was flying with me, so we were able to split up the amount of checked bags and didn't get charged.

We got through security fine, but since we were running late in general, we got to our gate as the first boarding group was called. The part of terminal 2 AA uses is laid out very weird, and the gate area was very small. Needless to say we got on board just fine.

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our pre-departure drinks (served in plastic cups) i was still reeling from the night before so I stuck with water. My mom had a mimosa.

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me in my seat

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boarding pass

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some shoddy looking interior panels

anyways, take-off was delayed because the lav in first was not working properly. we took off about 30 minutes late, not a big deal. here are some shots from taxi and take off

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SAN Tower

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Capital Cargo 727

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CO 737

quick taxi, quick take off, some pics from the climb out

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getting ready for terminal 2 expansion

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Liberty Station

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Mission Beach

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Point Loma

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our winglet

it was a morning flight, so we had breakfast served. The menu was:

Brunch

Thank you for choosing American Airlines. It is our pleasure to offer you a variety of dining options on today's flight. We invite you to experience new menu items we call American Classics: where comfort meets gourmet.

Main Course:

Eggs Benedict
An English muffin topped with turkey, Canadian bacon, scrambled eggs with cream cheese and chives and Hollandaise sauce garnished with a grilled tomato half.

Cereal and Fruit with Yogurt

Served with a banana and fresh seasonal berries

A Selection of Breakfast Breads

Light Refreshment

Freshly baked on board, Otis Spunkmeyer cookies

Pre-Arrival Beverage

Chilled sparkling water with a fresh citrus garnish

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front of the menu

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inside

Both my mom and I had the eggs benedict, which was actually quite good. The muffin was really hard to cut through, but it wasn't really that bad. I believe the cereal they were serving with the other main course was Special K.

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CranApple juice for me, Mimosa for my Mom

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My whole tray of food

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close up of the eggs benedict

Meal service was good, and I ate my cookie before taking a picture of it, but it was incredible!!!

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coach cabin

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First class

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our "IFE"

We hit some really bad storms over chicago and dropped from FL 370 to 280, but we got some gorgeous views of Niagara Falls.

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My apologies, but I was unable to take any more pictures as I was holding on for dear life (I don't do well in turbulence).

We landed right on time in Boston, we were scheduled for an early arrival but the storms over chicago slowed us down. I saw almost all of the Euro's at their gates loading up for the hop over. I recall 2 Aer Lingus 330's, AF 747, LH 340 (I think), Iberia 340 and a BA 777 and 747.

I was not very impressed with AA's first class offering. Seeing as I had just recently flown VX in first, the bar was set pretty high. The food was good, service was just ok, and the cabin was really really old and outdated. IMO, not worth the money.

Hope you enjoyed, again sorry for the lack of pics at the end! I'll be flying VX in first BOS-LAX next month, so look out for a TR on that.

Cheers!

Casey
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 12:57 am

Nice Trip Report!

Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
our "IFE"

....kinda disappointing......
 
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 1:46 am

Hey, at least you got to fly in first class.
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 2:17 am



Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
Capital Cargo 727

I miss the 727 so much.

*sniffles*

Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
our winglet

While the 763 comes close to topping it, I think the 757 looks the absolute best with the new APB winglets.

Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
front of the menu

What?!?! They give menus on transcon's now?!?! That's awesome!! I just HAVE to get me one of those!!  Big grin

Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
CranApple juice for me

 cloudnine   cloudnine 

Oh God I love CranApple juice. That's like my one and only vice while riding planes.

Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
close up of the eggs benedict

Man, that looks good.

Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
We hit some really bad storms over chicago and dropped from FL 370 to 280,

Storms over ORD?? Who woulda thunk it??  Silly

Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
and the cabin was really really old and outdated.

That'll be changed soon enough - the entire domestic 757 fleet is getting a new first class modification beginning later this year I think.
 
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 3:18 am

Nice TR!

Its a shame that AA have those 80s Cabins for the 757s still kicking around.... but looks like the service was good.
Will be traveling on the AA 757s heading back home (from POS-GCM) and hope that my upgrades come through tho!! Still better than Y!


Good luck with the Internship tho at the Soxs! May I ask, if its not too personal, but what is sector is this in for the Soxs?
I like Boston every time i'm there so hope you have a good time over there! May be a bit colder tho than the Cali weather!!!

Once again nice TR
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 3:43 am

AA should look at upgrading their cabins.
I'm flying them soon so it was nice to see a trip report on AA.
Thanks for all the information,
DL752 Big grin
 
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 4:38 am

Nice report and congrats on the internship with the Sox!
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 5:33 am

Best part of report; the pic of FX A300F.  yes 

How were the eggs; dry?
 
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 5:35 am

Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
Hi all! I recently moved to Boston for the summer for an internship with the Red Sox

Who would want an internship with that awful team? Why didn't you get an internship with an awesome team, like the Yankees?     silly 

I'm jealous of the trip in F though. I've been in F on AA once, MIA-MCO on a A300 back in 2006 - not even a 30 minute flight in the air (Was a courtesy upgrade from the gate agent as I volunteered to bump if need be.) I haven't been able to snag an upgrade to F for a transcon though. I could careless about the food at service. At 6'4, I'd just love the extra legroom.  Smile

[Edited 2009-07-22 22:52:00]
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 9:10 am

Thanks for the TR, AA looks decent enough on SAN-BOS n/s.
Congrats on your internship!
 
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 10:55 am

Enjoy BOS... I spent last summer there, a great city! And always nice to see a TR from my home airport of SAN. Interesting to see them preparing for the T2 expansion.

And I don't blame you for liking VX's F seat way more. I did SFO-LAX on them back in November 2007, it was a fantastic flight.

And finally... enjoy Fenway. I'm a Padres fan myself, but I knew living in BOS last year, I had to go to at least one game, and I got quite a treat! A rain delay (I hope you're not interning as a groundskeeper, I was NOT jealous of them working in the rain, but on the other hand, I've been a ramper, so I sympathize), but our game went into extras and finally Youkilis won the game with a walkoff home run in the 13th!
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 2:22 pm



Quoting Transpac787 (Reply 3):
What?!?! They give menus on transcon's now?!?! That's awesome!! I just HAVE to get me one of those!! Big grin

They do give menus! I still have mine if you want it....

Quoting Divemaster08 (Reply 4):
Good luck with the Internship tho at the Soxs! May I ask, if its not too personal, but what is sector is this in for the Soxs?
I like Boston every time i'm there so hope you have a good time over there! May be a bit colder tho than the Cali weather!!!

Not too personal, I am interning in the marketing group (actually called Fenway Sports Group) and hoping it leads to a job! While I love SD weather, I really would love to have some real seasons!

Quoting KBUF (Reply 6):
Nice report and congrats on the internship with the Sox!

Thank you!

Quoting Fxramper (Reply 7):
Best part of report; the pic of FX A300F. yes

How were the eggs; dry?

ahh yes how could I forget the FX jet?!?! I love when we get the MD-11's in on the weekends! Eggs surprisingly weren't that dry, and definitely hit the spot!

Quoting FlyDeltaJets87 (Reply 8):
Who would want an internship with that awful team? Why didn't you get an internship with an awesome team, like the Yankees? silly

Oh honey, you just blew your chances!!

Quoting Directorguy (Reply 9):
Congrats on your internship!

thanks!

Quoting San747 (Reply 10):
Enjoy BOS... I spent last summer there, a great city! And always nice to see a TR from my home airport of SAN. Interesting to see them preparing for the T2 expansion.

And I don't blame you for liking VX's F seat way more. I did SFO-LAX on them back in November 2007, it was a fantastic flight.

And finally... enjoy Fenway. I'm a Padres fan myself, but I knew living in BOS last year, I had to go to at least one game, and I got quite a treat! A rain delay (I hope you're not interning as a groundskeeper, I was NOT jealous of them working in the rain, but on the other hand, I've been a ramper, so I sympathize), but our game went into extras and finally Youkilis won the game with a walkoff home run in the 13th!

It's rare to see a SAN report on here, I try to do as many as I can. It's really great to see the preperation for T2 expansion, though I doubt i'll ever reap the benefits of it. Im definitely NOT agroundskeeper, haha, but I have all access to Fenway and it is such a great park. Very very different from good ol Petco!

Thanks for the kind words everyone!
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Thu Jul 23, 2009 3:07 pm

Love AA and SAN reports. It was great!

Quoting Transpac787 (Reply 3):
That'll be changed soon enough - the entire domestic 757 fleet is getting a new first class modification beginning later this year I think.

Yes, that will be sweet. . . I think I read here on A.net ??? that they have done a couple birds already and have them on international service Maybe I am not remembering correctly. Anyway, their FC 757 cabin is so dated.
 
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 3:45 pm



Quoting DeltaT7 (Reply 11):
Quoting FlyDeltaJets87 (Reply 8):
Who would want an internship with that awful team? Why didn't you get an internship with an awesome team, like the Yankees? silly

Oh honey, you just blew your chances!!

Figured I would.  biggrin  Although my Uncle, who grew up watching Dimagio, Mantle, Maris, etc. married a Red Sox fan from Connecticut. You never know.  wink 

While you're there though, ask them if they can point out the most famous spot in Fenway to ya - the spot where Bucky Dent's home run went over the wall. (My dad did this when we were taking one of the trolley tours. When we went by Fenway the driver asked "Can anyone tell me what the most famous spot in Fenway is?" and that was his answer. Then they played the audio clip of Carlton Fisk "waving it fair" to win Game 6 of the 1975 World Series. I shouted from the back "Gee, I believe the Cincinnati Reds still went on to win that World Series!"  biggrin 

In all seriousness, congrats on the internship with an MLB team. I really am jealous. Can you get Ortiz's autograph for me?  Smile

Quoting DeltaT7 (Reply 11):
Not too personal, I am interning in the marketing group (actually called Fenway Sports Group) and hoping it leads to a job! While I love SD weather, I really would love to have some real seasons!

Same here. There's a good chance my Air Force career as an engineer will take me through Hanscom AFB there in Boston.  Smile Would be a nice change from the weather of Daytona Beach, FL.
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 3:57 pm

Congrats on the internship with the Red Sox. Seems like an awesome opportunity. and thanks for writing this awesome report & sharing it with us...  Smile
 
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 4:35 pm

Nice report and congrats on the internship. Boston is a great town.

Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
Pre-Arrival Beverage

Chilled sparkling water with a fresh citrus garnish

Is this a kind of a joke? Do they serve warm sparkling water the rest of the flight only?
 
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 5:03 pm

Great TR. Workin for Boston much be pretty sweet.

Quoting FlyDeltaJets87 (Reply 8):
Why didn't you get an internship with an awesome team, like the Yankees?

But doesn't she wanna work for a real time and not waste her life? ........Go Soxs!!!
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 5:06 pm

Awesome report! For some reason I thought SAN-BOS was a 767, I can never tell who is flying what out of SAN these days.

God I miss SAN and I just flew out of there back in May, also in F Class haha! SAN-DFW however was the routing.

Yes I despise AA 757's for the reasons you specified however I get used to them, kind of have to when AA hubs at STL haha.

Glad to see another TR from you, I 'll have to pop in the chat box to say hey again Casey!

Great pics as well.

Leave it to Transpac to drool over the menus hehe

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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 5:25 pm



Quoting FlyDeltaJets87 (Reply 13):
Figured I would. biggrin Although my Uncle, who grew up watching Dimagio, Mantle, Maris, etc. married a Red Sox fan from Connecticut. You never know. wink

While you're there though, ask them if they can point out the most famous spot in Fenway to ya - the spot where Bucky Dent's home run went over the wall. (My dad did this when we were taking one of the trolley tours. When we went by Fenway the driver asked "Can anyone tell me what the most famous spot in Fenway is?" and that was his answer. Then they played the audio clip of Carlton Fisk "waving it fair" to win Game 6 of the 1975 World Series. I shouted from the back "Gee, I believe the Cincinnati Reds still went on to win that World Series!" biggrin

In all seriousness, congrats on the internship with an MLB team. I really am jealous. Can you get Ortiz's autograph for me? Smile

Oh yes, I know all about that spot. How nice of you to remind everyone that the Reds still won.
 Angry

Yes I can get Ortiz's autograph, I go on the field for batting practice every day. Want it on a hat, ball,...?

Quoting Buck3y3nut (Reply 14):
Congrats on the internship with the Red Sox. Seems like an awesome opportunity. and thanks for writing this awesome report & sharing it with us... Smile

you're very welcome!

Quoting Caspritz78 (Reply 15):
Is this a kind of a joke? Do they serve warm sparkling water the rest of the flight only?

hahahahaha good point!

Quoting Atrude777 (Reply 17):
Awesome report! For some reason I thought SAN-BOS was a 767, I can never tell who is flying what out of SAN these days.

Hey Alex!! Yes, come back to chat and say hello! SAN-JFK is a 767, however they are downgrading to a 757, not sure when.
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Thu Jul 23, 2009 6:06 pm

Wow a girl that works in baseball and likes to travel....from southern california to boot. I can't really think of anything much better than that...(i work for a minor league team affiliated with the Royals)...

Awesome hope you are having fun up there. Friend of mine works on grounds crew and is one of the guys getting "wicked wet" up there i guess you could say during tarp crew. Josh Anderson is his name...

Anyways nice post, enjoy the rest of the season... Frank
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Thu Jul 23, 2009 9:12 pm



Quoting DeltaT7 (Reply 18):
Yes I can get Ortiz's autograph, I go on the field for batting practice every day. Want it on a hat, ball,...?

Preferably a ball. If I had a Boston Red Sox hat hanging around the house, even one signed by a player I very much respect, I think my dad would disown me.  silly 

Quoting DeltaT7 (Reply 18):
Oh yes, I know all about that spot. How nice of you to remind everyone that the Reds still won.

As both a Reds fan and a Yankees fan, I felt obligated.  Smile

Quoting DeltaL1011man (Reply 16):
But doesn't she wanna work for a real time and not waste her life?

So the logical conclusion would be to work for the Yankees then, yes?

Quoting Caspritz78 (Reply 15):
Nice report and congrats on the internship. Boston is a great town.

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Visited Boston for the first time back in June. We visited the Constitution, did the Freedom Trail, ate at Legal Seafood, passed by Fenway (I think the Sox were on the road while we were there). We also went up to Maine just to get a lobster dinner. Great town and great area.
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Thu Jul 23, 2009 10:24 pm

Kinda sad to see the first class offering on a 6 hour flight from SAN to BOS (although you could have flown on B6, a great airline, but no first class at all), whilst on the 6 hour LHR-DXB run, you could find yourself in a posh A380 suite  Wink
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Fri Jul 24, 2009 12:04 am



Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
I apologize in advance, I did not get the reg # on the 757 I was on, forgive me!

If you're interested in the reg, you can get it at the BTS' website, although not for around two months after your flight has been completed. Still, better than nothing!
 
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Fri Jul 24, 2009 5:18 am

Great TR
I was really surprised to see menus in Domestic First, but that food did look good
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Mon Jul 27, 2009 2:26 pm

Neat! The breakfast looks delicious.

Is City of San Diego is still working on getting a new airport?
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Tue Jul 28, 2009 12:04 am

Nice TR!!  Smile

I really love those 757's!!

Great pictures by the way! do you mind me asking what type of camera you used?

Have a nice stay in Boston (gorgeous city by the way).

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Fri Aug 14, 2009 3:37 pm

Wow, I like looking at pictures of planes but you're gorgeous!
 
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Fri Sep 11, 2009 12:48 am

Hi Casey,
how are you doing?
I enjoyed looking at your report, you know that when I fly, American is always my first choice, second choice is Delta. I fly American mostly, I must say it is quite a good airline.
You seem to have enjoyed the flight, I would have too, even if seated in Y Class. The eggs benedict you had certainly looks good, so does the muffin.

Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
I apologize in advance, I did not get the reg # on the 757 I was on, forgive me!

Don't worry, me too I also forget the reg on the aircraft sometimes. Thanks anyway for sharing with us your nice experience. One day in 2005 I was in SAN waiting for a flight to DFW, I started taking pictures of aircraft and wrote down some registrations when the security officers caught me. I said I was doing this to put the pictures on a web site.
What website? They asked.
I said airliners.net and myaviation.net (it's a site similar to airliners.net but they accept all the pictures).
They looked at my ID and let me go.

Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
CO 737

It's a 700.

Best regards  Smile

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Fri Sep 11, 2009 1:14 am

Grab me some tickets?  Smile
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Mon Sep 14, 2009 6:57 pm

Thank you for the birds-eye view of Niagara Falls. I always love seeing things from a different perspective. Thanks for the report.
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Wed Oct 21, 2009 3:26 am

I'm so sorry about the internship with the Red Sox (Yankees fan here)  Silly

It was an impressive report. Shame that the cabin was so....awful looking. I truly hope you enjoyed your time in Boston. Its one of my favorite cities (besides the Red Sox part) and I'm sure you had an amazing time with your internship. Not to creep or anything, but you are most likely the best looking girl I've ever seen on A.net.....

Happy flying!!

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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Wed Oct 21, 2009 2:54 pm

Hey there!

Nice TR. I've been to Boston several times, although years ago, and liked not just the city but also New England very much. Especially autumn is a gourgeous time there!

Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
front of the menu

 Wow! Something I definitely wasn't expecting! I'm quite sure I know the spot where this picture was taken as I often go on the Uetliberg for a walk. Is every destination AA flies to "honored" with a pic on the menu?
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Wed Oct 21, 2009 10:43 pm



Quoting DeltaT7 (Thread starter):
the cabin was really really old and outdated

This will fortunatley soon be over as the new cabins are being implemented as we speak.
 
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RE: AA SAN-BOS In First (pics)

Sat Oct 24, 2009 10:58 pm

Very nice TR!
I really like AA, but what's this 80s cabin in the 757??
I hope they can refurbish them soon, as the 757 is among the greatest planes IMO.
The food looks very good.
Thanks for sharing!!
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