Review: American Airlines First Class A321 New York To Los Angeles

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    American has been flying their new Airbus A321s between New York and Los Angeles since last January, and suffice to say it's a really nice product. American previously operated 767-200s on the route. While widebodies are nice, the planes were old and the hard product was outdated. It's interesting that American went for a premium configuration, which includes 10 first class seats, all of which have direct aisle access. This came at the same time that United was eliminating first class from their transcon routes, making American the only carrier to offer three cabin service between New York and Los Angeles. I reviewed American's A321 first class shortly after it commenced service on the route last year, so was curious to see how the product was holding up. The post Review: American Airlines First Class A321 New York To Los Angeles appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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