American Airlines seat reviews

2008-12-22
3.5 of 5
Seat3B
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This aircraft is really good, I think the best thing of this plane are the seats. They are really comfortable, and big. The space between each seat was great. The airplane was a little old but it was in perfect conditions, and had a very elegant seat design. In general this is a comfortable aircraft.
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2008-11-03
3.5 of 5
Seat9a
FromDallas, TX-Dallas/Fort Worth International(DFW)
ToTokyo-New Tokyo International Airport(NRT)
Recently sat in 9A from DFW to NRT and back again. Enjoyed the seat placement with privacy, but did not enjoy having to climb over 9B to use the wash room. While I prefer a window seat, on future flights with the new business configuration, I will select an aisle seat. Window seats that are not on the bulkhead might be easier to get to the aisle.
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2008-07-03
3.5 of 5
Seat7F
FromKDCA
ToKMIA
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Comfortable economy seats for the flight. A little bit cramped.
Got lays stax chips for like 3 dollars. Got a decent picture of Miami.
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2008-03-08
3.5 of 5
Seat1A
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one time i also flied in thise plane it is very cool i likes de pictures of it
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2008-03-08
3.5 of 5
Seat40G
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Coach class back seats are more comfortable than front seats. These seats count with more space for legs and between them. They count with personal entertainment system on every seat. Photos of American Airlines planes are hard to get because of the policy of "No photos" they have. Hope you enjoy the photo.
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2008-03-02
3.5 of 5
Seat#NA
FromMiami-Miami International Airport(MIA)
ToCuracao-Hato International Airport(CUR)
If only there had been decent catering airside in Miami airport, I would have brought something on board. That way I would not have to pay for mindless, tasteless over-processed and overpriced snacks. At least in the days of taking a Greyhound coach, you had the luxury of stopping at a roadside diner and naming your own poison. Sadly bus passengers seem to have a better deal of things these days than the average airline economy class passenger.
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2008-03-02
3.5 of 5
Seat19F
FromMiami-Miami International Airport(MIA)
ToCuracao-Hato International Airport(CUR)
An average economy seat. Adequate pitch. Unfortunately AA ditched their promotion of more room in every seat a few years back. A shame for us taller-sized travellers!
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2008-01-10
3.5 of 5
Seat10D
FromLondon-London Heathrow(LHR)
ToBoston-Logan International(BOS)
Very nice business class seat. Fully flat but slightly angled for sleeping. Infinte number of positions. Memory button for last position. AVOD.
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2008-01-10
3.5 of 5
Seat3A
FromChicago-Chicago Ohare Intl(ORD)
ToLondon-London Heathrow(LHR)
Great first class seat. The suite swivels so the you can turn your area into a working desk and face out of the window at the same time. The seat turns into a horizontal, fully flat bed. A full size pillow and a duvet is provided.
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2007-08-17
3.5 of 5
Seat#NA
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The AA MD80 Seat maps are off. All MD80 are either 16/120 or 16/124. AA is in the process of adding 2 seats to the each aircraft in the fleet.
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