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Old May 8, 2011, 6:01 PM
embee640 embee640 is offline
 
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Default American: forced to buy blankets!

wow. I have been a platinum memeber for 15 years and have been ver loyal to American but I thnink that is going to chnage... I remember the days when I would fly LAX-JFK a 6.5 hour flight and was actually treated like a person. now we are treated like something just better than farm animals. (and i am being kind).

I used to commute between LAS-JFK for 4 years from 1997 to 2002 on American. Since I have been commuting between London and JFK so havent been privy to the changes in domestic travel policy.

Only purchased food...? while i would expect this from Jet Blue because its considered an airline for personal use (i.e. they make it very easy to change seats no matter what price you purchase), i wouldnt expect this from American who charges a small fortune for changing tickets.

no blankets? now this is where i am really annoyed. they only have blankets FOR PURCHASE? like.. really? are they in that dire of a situation that they cant even offer a blanket. i assure you that no one is going to steal those things... as they smell of over processed cleaning solution. I was sitting on the exit row on this past flight which had a terrible draft and they wouldnt offer me a blanket. I had to BUY one because I was sitting next to the drafty window on the plane.

Where does it end? charging for bathroom use? lets hope not.
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Old May 9, 2011, 8:40 AM
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If that window was draughty you had bigger problems than a blanket!
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