One of the flight attendants was nice.
AA is now trying to save money (presumably) by doing like Delta: forcing half of us to connect in Charlotte. Unfortunately, the Charlotte airport is not ready to accommodate so many people. The airport looks like it is being renovated, which is fine, but there is no tape/cones to mark off the renovated areas from the walkways. You literally walk through dirt and construction sites. I didn't even think that was legal in the US?! Anyway, maybe it will be worth it once the renovations are complete, especially if AA is going to use it as a hub.
I'm not sure where the problem was - whether with AA or Royal Jordanian, but my luggage did not make it to Amman with me. In fact, there was a whole group of passengers traveling on American from different US cities, switching to RJ in Chicago, whose luggage did not come on the flight to Amman. My advice: be sure to pack enough for a couple of days in your carryon - and don't accept an offer to check your carryon to its final destination!
Couldn’t sleep because the AC wasnt working. Most miserable flight my life
The AC wasn’t working it was the most miserable flight ever
Tiny seats. Very uncomfortable for 17 hours.
Flight delayed by 35 minutes
Airplane was clean and comfortable for economy class.
Because I felt sick I would probably prefer to pay a little more and upgrade to a better seat if the option was available.
The price was fair and updated information on flights were sent to my phone.
The staff was good to me when I became ill on the flight with a migraine.
When I paid for my seat in advance it said I had an exit row, but when I got on the flight it was not. The food was also horrible.
Keeping in mind it was an economy class, I thought the flight was fine. Decent food. I would have preferred some with a heavy cheese sauce. I had gotten sick in Egypt and I felt lousy (dizziness and headache). Despite my physical condition I thought the flight was okay. Crew were professional and airplane was clean. Beer to drink. Other than the fact I was sick, I enjoyed the flight.
The dinner option was okay. I felt the heavy cheese sauce pasta was a bit too rich. Other components to the dinner was fine.
For a little over $2000 you get an economy seat non-stop from DC to Tokyo and back. Meals were good. As economy seats go, it's comfortable. Midweek the flight is about half to two thirds full. So you might be able to stretch out even!
Made up time for delayed departure
So cramped. Sat next to very obese person....spilled onto my seat
Crew was nice
Plane was delayed for 4 hours, should have given us miles or a voucher
United was flexible when I had to change my reservation at the last minute. Good service on board.
Flew First Class from Chicago to Fort Lauderdale. The food was a banana and the seat in front of me was broken and when it went back, it was in my lap. No one seemed to care..
|Flights Arrive in||Frankfurt am Main|
|Flights Depart from||Akron/Canton|
|Airlines||American Airlines, Lufthansa, United|
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