I wish it truly were Finnair instead of American: The seat, the legroom, the fact that you have to pay 20% more to have the same rotten seat 12 rows further up front, the food that's barely fit for human consumption, the presence of 20 year old cathode screens that can't be watched but do prevent the cabin being dark, etc.
The fact that I got home in one piece I really like.
Planes are old, small tv screens in aisles, older seats and headrests. I had requested Gluten Free meals and on the way to Amsterdam they did okay (besides the snacks). On the way back they didn't even offer me the second meal GF, I had to ask another flight attendant who went looking for it and found one.. so it was there, they just hadn't bothered to look for it. I also never understand why you wouldn't start boarding with the last rows? Is that just me? The aisles are always so crowded when the last rows walk in and there's always a line.
Drinks trolley too slow, considering passengers on most European flights are paying for their drinks. Quick drinks trolley with the food trolley coming along behind would be much better, and a lot more happy passengers, One and a half hours,approx., from take-off when the food and drinks trolley, from the front, reached Row 10. Not good Willie!
You should board by seat numbers on European flights. Aisles too narrow on 320's (and equivalent), with passengers putting quite large carry-on luggage in the overhead lockers and slowing everything down plus discomfort to passengers already seated.
Otherwise a very pleasant an enjoyable flight. when the doors closed.
It was part of our hop from the United States to Malaga.
I fly Southwest Airlines in the US frequently, but this plane felt FAR more packed in than those do. Without a free drink or snack, my 3 hours on this plane were miserable. We were flying at night, and they kept EVERY light in the cabin on for the duration. I don't know why they needed so much illumination to push a cart up and down the aisle for the few people willing to pay for beverages.
Lost piece of luggage to start with.
An Aer Lingus agent in A'dam, where we started our journey, insisted we could not take a not oversized small suitcase w expensive photo equipment on board. She labeled the suitcase to Boston while we were boarding =
(very confusing as per your representative in Dublin who told us she should have labeled it to Dublin), American custom in Dublin asked us to identify our luggage and this piece was on their computer but
NOTHING showed up in Boston nor at our final destination in TPA.
Name Lylem Maria AH, 9 074 KL 936816,
filed a report in Boston and TPA but nothing yet.
Food very mediocre, old plane, entertainment system not working well in my chair, not sure or I wil fly again w your airline, will probably use Delta again= bit more expensive but would rate them "good".
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