I looked both here and under "Trip Reports" to see if I saw anything on this general subject. Hope I didn't miss something, but I really didn't find much, so will start a thread. It's obviously very early in the bankruptcy game, but. . . have you flown AA since the Chap. 11 filing, and could you notice any impact on the product thus far? I'll start by saying "nothing obvious." Just completed a no-to-low hassle, 5-leg trip. Narrow- and wide-bodied planes (all old, but we know that!), with flight lengths varying from 48 minutes to 7:08. Included 4 Admirals Club visits. There were several dark-humored remarks from flight attendants. Some on-board crews were very attentive and hard-working, others seemed more lazy and indifferent, but that's not really new with AA. Four of the five legs arrived early, and the fifth was "on-time," at least per D.O.T. definition. That was far better luck than my other AA trips this year, but I admit it's small sample size. On-board F menus in the longer flights were identical to a previous trip this year, but this time I really was impressed by the tenderness of the steak and tastiness of the salmon, so no cutbacks evident there. I suppose the next "moments of truth" will be (a) when any route cuts take effect, and (b) when/if the bankruptcy court imposes working-conditions/pension changes on the employees. But thus far, if I hadn't have been looking for it so carefully on this trip, I don't think I would have noticed anything at all. Any others have observations?