Review: Delta One 767 New York JFK to Los Angeles

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    Given that I'd done some shopping in New York and my bags were substantially heavier than they were leaving Los Angeles, and given that I had to drop off my friend's apartment keys at a location a few blocks away from where I was staying, I decided to ignore my own advice about the A train to the AirTrain to JFK, and so I instead took an Uber to the airport -- which I figured would be easy enough on a Sunday afternoon. As it turns out, of course, the Van Wyck Expressway is probably possessed by evil spirits, because it's always congested, and Uber's navigation system had my driver exit in Queens and drive on surface streets partway there, so in fact while I gave myself an hour to get to the airport, I used just about every minute of it. I've mentioned before that Delta's JFK Terminal 4 is gigantic, and indeed even though I was TSA PreCheck and I rushed from curbside to my gate, I still got to the gate well in the middle of boarding (I know people have their opinions about this, but I like to be among the first to board so I can settle in my seat). The post Review: Delta One 767 New York JFK to Los Angeles appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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