Not exactly the Queen's 60th Jubilee, but . . .

Discussion in 'American Airlines | AAdvantage' started by kansaskeith, May 19, 2012.  |  Print Topic

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Have you flown AA beween DFW and London, in either direction?

  1. No

    50.0%
  2. Yes , using London Gatwick Airport (only)

    12.5%
  3. Yes, using London Heathrow Airport (only)

    12.5%
  4. Yes, using both London airports named above.

    25.0%
  1. kansaskeith

    kansaskeith Gold Member

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    today marks 30 years of service by American Airlines between "The Big D" and the city where "Big Ben" is. Let's see how many on this forum have used that service. . . .
     
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    rwoman Gold Member

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    Thanks for posting!! :)

    I've had good experiences with AA between DFW and LHR!!

    :)
     
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    I go every two weeks. Service is usually pretty decent. Get the odd FA that's not as nice as others, but OW great.
     
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    What's absolutely crazy is that on AA's FB page, where they ask "What's your favourite thing to do/see in London?", Heathrow is one of the choices.....
     
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  5. kansaskeith

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    Actually, in the days when one flying AA to London from DFW had to go via LGW, if I had an extra half-day in London during my visit I really WOULD take the tube out to Heathrow just to walk around, use the observation deck, try to catch a glimpse of Concorde, etc. More than anyplace else on earth, a walk around there, a look at the people, the varied tails of the planes and all that, really did give me a feeling that I was at the very center of the world. Those were pre "9/11" days and also generally before I actually had to arrive or depart through LHR myself, with all its hassles. . . .
     

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