BRUTALLY HONEST evaluate of ways AMERICAN AIRLINES treated my cancelled flight

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  1. This is actually better than the experiences I've had with Alaska, USAir, MarkAir (no longer with us). American at least provided food and drink. You might have had to sleep in the terminal, rather than they give you a hotel room. I slept on a cot once at O'Hare in Chicago when the airport closed due to thunderstorms. One might have as good luck riding a bus – though Greyhound might actually treat you better!
    -Tom

  2. Sp u end up losing first class seat UNACCEPTABLE which nNEVEE NEVEE EVAFLY US AIINE U RATBE US A CANOE MAKES ME SICK WAY TREATMEN IS DONE PEOPLE FOR HOTEL PLUS CASH COMPLSEATIN AROUND 500 USD PRR DAY

  3. I wonder how they are still in business.
    Putting First class customers in economy while they give away upgrades.

    Also, in europe you would have gotten a rather sizable compensation from the airline if this happened to you.

  4. The U.S. airlines that are left are discussing today. It's way too bad Eastern is not around any more. They took care of their passengers when thing went wrong including rebooking on other airlines ! Now a days all the airlines care about is how much money they can get out of you no matter what ! That's not how you take care of your passengers and keep them loyal to you ! Passenger Service no longer exists on U.S. airlines !

  5. I dont understand why people still flying AA they are the worst airline of the us, first it was their fault (mechanical) they needed to provide hotel and meal vouchers and tickets with other airlines it was their fault !!! They have agreements with other airlines!!! Next time try United Airlines they are waaaaay too much better than American ok !!! hehehe

  6. What could possibly be the most infinitesimal of expectations that a passenger can possibly hope for when traveling by air? Because… "keep their passengers alive," may just quite come pretty close to it.

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