British Airways Reveals Plan for Business Class and American Eliminating 2 Aircraft Types

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  1. I had the unfortunate experience of being a trans atlantic AA A330 & E190 yesterday. Overall, I went to Italy and back all on AA and I have to say all 4 legs were the worst aircrafts I have flown in. The cherry topper is the 777 that flies trans atlantic without MCE and 1990s IFE. I am never flying AA outside of US again.

  2. We just completed our first Business Flight on British from San Diego to Berlin and back. You pretty much nailed our experience. While it was far from the most luxurious Business flight we’ve had the convenience of flying out of San Diego (instead of LA) made it one of the easiest and most restful international flights we’ve had. When we booked this award flight 300 days ago they didn’t offer First Class but we will be trying FC on our February trip to Amsterdam.

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