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    Senior Member EHampite's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyo View Post
    Well, the good news is AA is back in the market with their non-stops to aruba.
    Yeah, but I don't trust AA to keep those flights as non-stop! We've been burned too many times being booked on non-stop and then having AA change them to connecting flights, some with long layovers!!! No more AA for me!

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    EHampite- Hope you already bought your ticket as they are already selling and booking Jan.

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    We flew home from Aruba yesterday morning. We flew United (never again) but we did notice that there was an AA flight that had been cancelled, and there was a very long line of tired, angry-looking people in the AA area. Not sure how that all worked out...

    There doesn't seem to be any kind of customer service in the check-in area at all. By the time we finally got checked in, I had totally lost my 'one happy island' feeling. The security checks were fine, and going through customs was fine....but that check-in area needs some major work.
    Bill and Jean

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyo View Post
    EHampite- Hope you already bought your ticket as they are already selling and booking Jan.
    Yes, we're actually flying out of Hartford in January since it's closer to home than Boston. A bit more expensive but parking is cheaper and the hassles are less to deal with for us.

    While everyone will have a story about every airline, we just have the worst luck with AA. Had a great flight in February on United through Dulles. This time around we're on USAir. We'll keep our fingers crossed!

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    The last time I flew AA the seats still had ash trays.

    Jet blue is the way to go.

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    Got our one ways a few days ago, we always buy the 330 days out...have to wait 2 weeks for the return. On AA is actually =' the same, 2 one way tickets. We just can't wait for Jetblue to sell their tickets.

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    Oh no, I booked a direct flight (supposedly) out of Boston on a Friday, AA the end of November. Should I panic?

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    We booked the n/s from Boston about 3 weeks ago. Flying Thursday/Thurday in Oct for $378/rtpp including taxes and fees. Right now the same flight (which looks almost full) is $415. Still not a bad price. Keeping my fingers crossed that AA dosen't change from n/s.
    They haven't in the past in Oct.
    Nancy K

    Next Aruba trip in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill View Post
    Oh no, I booked a direct flight (supposedly) out of Boston on a Friday, AA the end of November. Should I panic?
    Don't panic, they can't cancel every flight....can they?
    Please contact via e-mail at arubarennowner@gmail.com



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