NM said:As does finding a nice daytime AA flight. BA Club is good when you need to sleep, but the AA J seats are more comfortable for sitting in my experience. And AA international J food is as good as BA - just remember FEBO and you should be right.
If you want to ensure your choice for the first meal service. A good ploy for multi-meal flights is to be in the middle of the cabin so you get some choice for both meal services. Its quite possible that a very popular choice may have been consumed before the people in the middle of the cabin get to lodge their request, but I am willing to take that risk and have generally found I am happy with at least two of the choices on AA international flights in business class.NickP said:Thanks NM. So, I'm on AA105 therefore I need to be geting a seat towards the back of the J class cabin?
For the daytime flight, I would prob stick with the AA flight; quite comfortable for that; if it was a night flight I would make the effort to get on BA for the bedsNickP said:I'm waitlisted on a BA flight for travel on the same date / time etc, ie this weekend.
Question is, do I try to chase the BA flight down or stay on the AA flight.
What's better by opinion?