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Posted By SuperSlug

Absolutely. IF domestic VPs book into X...

Absolutely.

IF domestic VPs book into X (which we're all pretty sure they now do), AND a run-of the-mill (and now, complimentary) EXP domestic upgrade books into X, and they BOTH confirm, at...
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Posted By SuperSlug

Now there's a word we haven't seen on the AA...

Now there's a word we haven't seen on the AA board in a while... http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/wink.gif

Sorry...carry on, everyone.
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Posted By SuperSlug

"nice lounge," "Admirals Club" and "Heathrow" are...

"nice lounge," "Admirals Club" and "Heathrow" are three concepts which don't normally find themselves grouped together...at least in my head. Have you been to DFW 'A', for starters? ...
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Posted By SuperSlug

Here's an even better way (and, more to the...

Here's an even better way (and, more to the point, a way to tell before you get to the airport): Check the seat map.

Does your 757 have seats 9 B and C? Yes? AA. No? ex-TW.

Does your MD-80...
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Posted By SuperSlug

Structured that way, with about a 25-minute turn...

Structured that way, with about a 25-minute turn in HOU, to get around LGA's 1500-mile non-stop limit (AUS-LGA is 1520).
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Posted By SuperSlug

So let me get this straight...You attempt to hand...

So let me get this straight...You attempt to hand the FA your coat, and instead of saying, 'Sure, I'll be glad to," and taking all of three seconds to hang it in the closet, he/she makes up some BS...
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Posted By SuperSlug

IIRC, there's a Costa Coffee shop straight ahead...

IIRC, there's a Costa Coffee shop straight ahead as you exit customs. You can't miss it.

It has tables, so you can sit, enjoy a nice, caffeinated beverage, and wait.
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Been through ORD lately? ...

Been through ORD lately? http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/wink.gif
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Posted By SuperSlug

This may in fact be true. Of course, in the case...

This may in fact be true. Of course, in the case of the ex-TW MD-80s, they just aren't connected to anything. http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/smile.gif
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Posted By SuperSlug

How noisy is Row 21? Not very. Of...

How noisy is Row 21?

Not very.

Of course, it all depends on how good the parents of the brat in row 22 are at keeping him quiet.
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Posted By SuperSlug

Geez...if that's "amateur," then I shudder to...

Geez...if that's "amateur," then I shudder to think what you'd call my eventual re-qual next month...on 140 segments. http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/tongue.gif
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Posted By SuperSlug

Yes. Ex-TW MD80s have 4 seats (2-2) in row...

Yes.

Ex-TW MD80s have 4 seats (2-2) in row 6.

Original AA MD80s only have 6E and F.


[This message has been edited by SuperSlug (edited 11-03-2003).]
Oct 31, 03, 9:55 pm
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Posted By SuperSlug

Actually, having the two center seats can be a...

Actually, having the two center seats can be a real pain if you're traveling together. There's quite a bit of separation between the two seats, and since the seats don't swivel (like, for example,...
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Posted By SuperSlug

LX has its own lounges at both ORD and...

LX has its own lounges at both ORD and (obviously) ZRH. Each of them have both business and First sections. I'd assume you'll be directed to the business lounges on a C ticket.

The ORD lounge in...
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Posted By SuperSlug

Ron Whitaker??? Hey, that's the same guy that met...

Ron Whitaker??? Hey, that's the same guy that met me coming off an Eagle flight, and offered a cart ride to wherever I needed to go at ORD. (Not to split hairs, but I believe he works for Eagle...
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Posted By SuperSlug

Feedback: On-time performance Nothing to...

Feedback: On-time performance

Nothing to add. Sometimes they're early, sometimes they're late, most of the time they're on-time. Waiting for an occupied gate at DFW can indeed be maddening. But...
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Posted By SuperSlug

I'll reverse your situation: when I was looking...

I'll reverse your situation: when I was looking to change cellular providers, I went with T-Mobile in large part because of their AArangement. http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/wink.gif

At...
Sep 24, 03, 11:16 pm
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Posted By SuperSlug

Well, I haven't done ZRH-LAX, but have done...

Well, I haven't done ZRH-LAX, but have done ORD-ZRH in F.

Without question, the single best air travel experience I have ever had (okay, so I haven't flown SQ or CX in F, but you get the idea).
...
Sep 17, 03, 9:53 pm
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Posted By SuperSlug

Yes and no...They don't lessen the amount of...

Yes and no...They don't lessen the amount of miles, but they do lessen the amount of "q-points." They offer the ability to qualify on q-points or miles. So if you fly on a discount ticket, you get...
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Posted By SuperSlug

Correct. at 2690 miles, it would require 6. But...

Correct. at 2690 miles, it would require 6. But it could require more...

To put it in the context of this thread, let's say the flight went without a change in flight number but a stop in DFW. The...
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Posted By SuperSlug

With no change of flight #, the distance is...

With no change of flight #, the distance is as-the-crow-flies from origin to destination.

The downside to that is that your elite q-miles (and segments) are computed the same way.

[This message...
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Posted By SuperSlug

While I agree with the sentiment, I think it's...

While I agree with the sentiment, I think it's important to delineate between your run-of-the-mill discount flyer and your frequent-flyer-program-savvy discount flyer.

I suspect there are far, far...
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Posted By SuperSlug

Not sure if there's a site, but my OAG lists the...

Not sure if there's a site, but my OAG lists the following minimum legal connecting times for AA:

BOS (between flts 1-3199 to/from 1-3199 and 3200-5999 to/from 3200-5999): 30 min.
BOS (All other...
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Posted By SuperSlug

Now wait just a minute. Gay or straight, what...

Now wait just a minute. Gay or straight, what self respecting male, period, would wear a clip-on tie??? http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/smile.gif
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