I recently wrote about my experience on a First Class American Airlines JFK-LAX flight on a 767-200 aircraft. I also wrote about the difference between Business and First Class on a transcontinental American flight. I normally don’t do domestic F or J reviews, but this one is special because it will likely be my last transcontinental flight on an ancient 767-200 before the new A321’s roll out in the beginning of next year.
Introduction to Helsinki, Geneva, Monaco, and Nice
American Airlines LAX Flagship Lounge Review
American Airlines LAX-JFK 767-200 Business Class
American Airlines JFK Flagship Lounge
Finnair JFK-HEL A330-300 Economy Class
Radisson Blu Helsinki Seaside Hotel Review
Hotel Kamp Helsinki Hotel Review Part 1
Hotel Kamp Helsinki Hotel Review Part 2
The Sights and Sounds of Helsinki Finland
The Sights and Sounds of the Design District in Helsinki Finland
The Sights and Sounds of the Baltic Herring Festival in Helsinki
The Various Eats in Helsinki Finland
Helsinki Airport ASPIRE Lounge
Helsinki Airport Finnair Schengen Lounge
Helsinki Airport Almost at Home Lounge
Helsinki Airport Finnair Non-Schengen Lounge
Residence St-James Geneva Hotel Review
F6 Design Geneva Hotel Review
The Sights and Sounds of Lake Geneva in Switzerland
The Sights and Sounds of Geneva Switzerland
The Sights and Sounds of Old City Geneva Switzerland
The Various Eats in Geneva Switzerland
Geneva Airport Dnata Skyview Lounge
Geneva Airport Horizon Swissport Lounge
Geneva Airport SWISS Business Lounge
Le Meridien Beach Plaza Monaco Hotel Review Part 1
Le Meridien Beach Plaza Monaco Hotel Review Part 2
The Sights and Sounds of Monaco
The Sights and Sounds of Monte Carlo Monaco
The Various Eats in Monte Carlo Monaco
Le Meridien Nice Hotel Review Part 1
Le Meridien Nice Hotel Review Part 2
The Sights and Sounds of Nice France
The Various Eats in Nice France
Nice Airport Salon Azur Lounge
Finnair HEL-JFK A330-300 Business Class
These recliners controls are just terrible and I can’t wait to see these retire.
As a pre-departure beverage, I had champagne. The choices were water, orange juice, or champagne. You can always ask for a mimosa if there aren’t any on the pre-arranged beverage tray.
After take-off, I was presented with the breakfast menu.
I had the breakfast skillet which consisted of cream cheese and chive scrambled eggs with goat cheese sauce, potatoes O’Brien, and grilled asparagus. The dish also came with a biscuit and fresh mixed fruit.
After my entrée was done, the flight attendant personally brought out a gourmet cheese tray.
An hour before landing, the flight attendant served freshly baked on board cookies. I had an oatmeal raisin cookie.
Shortly before landing, I was served sparkling water with a citrus fruit garnish.
The transcontinental service from American Airlines is always top notch. The flight attendants are always attentive and if you need anything, don’t hesitate to ring the flight attendant call button. The food was excellent and the breakfast skillet is my all-time favorite breakfast dish on American. I just can’t wait until American takes delivery of the new A321’s on January 7th!