Why o why do you still fly AA? ? ? ? ? I flew than once to Aruba out of Boston a few years age and will NEVER do it again. I now and have been flying Jet Blue non-stop from Boston to Aruba and have always had a good tip with NO problems or cancellations. I just can not understand why people continue to use AA and than write in to complain. Tell me, what am I missing? ? ? ? ?
we too have been "pro" AA and once we are living down south,we will not have the JB option.
most likely it will be MIA - AUA on AA.
on my paret, but Andrea you WILL also have the option for Saturday flights on
Air Tran from Orlando and Spirit from Fort Lauderdale.
When the price is right, my parents have also flown to ATL and taken Delta.
I now and have been flying Jet Blue non-stop from Boston to Aruba and have always had a good tip with NO problems or cancellations. I just can not understand why people continue to use AA and than write in to complain. Tell me, what am I missing? ? ? ? ?
See thread on Jet Blue lost luggage started by cindyo in April.
Then there is Jet Blue's history of flight cancellations when there is a snow flake anywhere in the northern hemisphere. Also, we typically fly school vacation weeks and Jet Blue tickets aren't available until within 240 days versus AA's 330.
Baggage policies too.
IMO, AA is the lesser of two evils.....for now anyway.
AA.....I'm still waiting! You've got about three months until I try Jet Blue!
I do not think I will ever us AA again after all the changes they have made so far on our upcoming July flights (which I booked last september). We got the best rates, at the time, but now that they have changed the flights to non direct and the three flight time changes, I no longer thing it is worth all the aggrevation. That being said, I will be happy if they get us to Aruba safely.
If Jet Blue had a Master Card miles program instead of AMEX we would be doing that instead.
We have been staunch AA users due to the miles program.
But, we let the credit card mile thing "wag the dog."
We have just enough miles now for only AA 1 r/t.
If we can find a way, we will use that and then think of the next "plan".