I fly constantly AA. Have around 4 millon miles. Platinum for life and have had very few instances of severe turbulence.So they must have at least a decent track record with me.I am scheduled to fly on American in the near future and my question is this: is AA very good at avoiding turbulence. (I ask this because I know Northwest is renowned for its turbulence aviodance, and I am wondering if AA is good too.)
It was never anything worse than light, but it was just persistant.
I am a frequent flyer on AA, but I could switch to Northwest if it is worth it. WIll I notice a difference, or does it have more to do with the weather that day?
Thanks for this site. I can't believe I never found it before. MY experience is so similar to other people here, it is very reassuring.
for someone like me who flies LA to NYC ten times or more a year, always direct, would you recommend switching to Northwest or another airline from AA? It's all the same to me, just curious if the airlines fly different routes even on a direct flight.