Originally, I planned to take the Delta Airlines SAP-ATL-CVG-LAX return flight but it didn’t make sense to overnight in CVG and spend money on a hotel. I know it didn’t make sense to throw the return ticket away as well, but I also needed to get home quicker. I was lucky and found a one-way 30,000 milesAAver award in Business Class from SAP-MIA-CLT-LAX. On this installment, I flew from San Pedro Sula to Miami (SAP-MIA) on American Airlines.
Introduction to San Pedro Sula
Delta Air Lines ATL-SAP A319 Business Class
InterContinental Real San Pedro Sula Hotel Review Part 1
InterContinental Real San Pedro Sula Hotel Review Part 2
Hilton Princess San Pedro Sula Hotel Review
The Sights and Sounds of Avenida Circunvalacion in San Pedro Sula
The Sights and Sounds of Boulevard Morazan in San Pedro Sula
The Sights and Sounds of Downtown San Pedro Sula
The Sights and Sounds of Jardines del Valle in San Pedro Sula
The Sights and Sounds of San Pedro Sula Honduras
The Sights and Sounds of Mercado Guamilito in San Pedro Sula
Is San Pedro Sula Honduras Safe for Tourists?
Scam City: San Pedro Sula Honduras Edition
The Various Eats in San Pedro Sula Honduras
American Airlines SAP-MIA 737-800 Business Class
US Airways MIA-CLT A321 First Class Review
Charlotte International Airport Concourse B US Airways Club
US Airways CLT-LAX A321 First Class Review
LAX Airport Virgin America LOFT Lounge
The plane from SAP-MIA was a Boeing 737-800 (738) with a 2-2 configuration in the Business Class cabin. I chose the bulkhead aisle since it’s my favorite seat.
This was an early morning 7:15am flight and I had a pre-departure beverage of cranberry vodka. It’s always 5 o’clock somewhere.
After the flight reached cruising altitude, the flight attendant passed out a hot wet towel.
I ordered another cranberry and vodka, but this time with lime. The lime really makes a difference.
The breakfast choices were an omelet or a cold plate. I had an omelet with breakfast potatoes and plantains. There was also a side of fruit and bread (not pictured).
The flight attendant was amazed that I cleared my plate so fast and asked if I would like to have another one! That was the first time a flight attendant has ever asked if I wanted seconds, so I took him up on his offer and chose the other option, the cold plate.
The cold plate came with various meats and cheese along with a side of fruit. It was also accompanied with yogurt and bread with butter.
Both breakfast entrees were really good and I usually dislike plane omelets because they’re so bland. The salsa on the omelet made all the difference. This was a short two hour flight to Miami and the service on American Airlines was fantastic as always.