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American Airlines offers flights, hotels, cars, vacations, cruises and activities – but the company is most well-known for flights originating in the United States. The official website offers tons of information for people wishing to book flights, including direct booking from the website or via phone contact with customer service. The customer service contact information varies depending on the type of contact you wish to make with the company.

Contact Info:

Phone Contact Numbers

There are more than 20 customer service phone numbers listed for American Airlines.

Mailing Address

Customers who wish to compliment or complain to American Airlines can contact the corporate office at:

American Airlines Customer Relations
P.O. Box 619612 MD 2400
DFW Airport, TX 75261-9612

Overnight communication can be sent to the main address for the corporate office.

American Airlines Customer Relations
4255 Amon Carter Blvd. MD 2400
Fort Worth, TX 76155-2603

Official Website

The main website address for American Airlines is http://www.aa.com. You can book flights and search for vacation packages and other travel needs on the site. You can also access your American Airlines account and contact customer service.

Customer Service Email

There is no American Airlines customer service email address listed on the official website, however there is a form you can submit through the website that sends your message to the customer relations department. You can access the email form here: http://www.aa.com/contactAA/viewEmailFormAccess.do?eventName=customerRelations.

We sent an email correspondence to American Airlines. We continue to wait for a response.

Our Experience

American Airlines Customer service hotline is easily accessible and customer friendly. Unfortunately, you have to wait approximately 2 minutes to speak with a customer service representative. You must listen to a long speech regarding current updates. We had to wait an additional 15 minutes to finally speak with an American Airline customer service representative. The rep had a heavy accent leading us to believe the call center is not local. The customer service representative was extremely help with our questions regarding required personal information for ticket purchase.

Customers can also American Airlines customer service through the email listed here: http://www.aa.com/contactAA/viewEmailFormAccess.do?eventName=customerRelations. We received an automated response within a few minutes, but the correspondence did not address our question.

When we finally received an email response from American Airlines, the total response time was approximately 1 hour. Although we waited an hour, we did receive multiple responses to our initial question:

March 16, 2012

Dear Mr. Banks:

Thank you for contacting American Airlines Customer Relations. This is an automated acknowledgment, giving me a chance to share with you right away what is happening with your message.

First, while this email is not intended as a response to the remarks you just submitted, it does confirm we have received your comments and have assigned a reference number, which you see below.

Next, we would like to reassure you that we appreciate all feedback. We happily share compliments with the employees who earn them. Please rest assured that we are also committed to answering every complaint we receive, and a representative from our department will get back to you as soon as possible. The Customer Relations team are eager to resolve issues that arise in the hope of seeing you flying American Airlines again and again.

Last, let me clarify that if you inquired about an upcoming or current trip, we ask that you contact our Reservations staff, who are available 24 hours a day and will be in a better position to answer questions about your trip. In the U.S., the toll-free number is 800-433-7300. Outside the U.S., please refer to “Worldwide Reservations Phone Numbers” listed on AA.com. Similarly, questions about using or finding information on AA.com can be more directly addressed at www.aa.com/webservices.

Thank you for flying American Airlines.

Your Reference number to this request:1-485238381

Sean Bentel

Customer Relations

Dear Mr. Banks:

We appreciate your prudent inquiry about reservation information on line. It requires personal information such as name, email, phone, gender, billing information etc.

Also, there are identification requirements at the airport as it relates to domestic airline travel. All customers age 18 years and older must present official photo identification before boarding the aircraft. The identification must be valid (not expired) and issued by a U.S./state/local government authority. Travelers under 18 years of age do not have to present identification.

Please note, [American Airlines does reserve the right to request birth records for passengers under the age of 2 years].

If you have further questions about related security issues, comprehensive travel information is available on AA.com. If you prefer, you can telephone our Reservations Office at 1-800-433-7300 and speak with a representative. In addition, more information can be found at the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) website at TSA.

We hope to have a chance to serve you soon.

Sincerely,

Patricia Sims

Customer Relations

American Airlines

Customer Email (Richard) 03/16/2012 12:43 PM

Good Morning, I was wondering what are the requirements needed when a customer travels with a minor. Thank you for any information regarding this matter.

Richard

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  1. I’m no sure who to send this message to…this is the only email I could find. I felt that 85% of the agents working between LGA and JFK between 8/9 and 8/10 were extremely unfriendly. My husband and I were scheduled to fly from LGA to CMH 8/9 on the 6pm flight. Due to weather it was delayed and after sitting on the Tarmac for over 2 hrs was ultimately xld. Understandable. I will say the flt staff was extremely accommodating, friendly and fun. However when we waited in line we were eventually handed new boarding passes with nothing said by the man wearing a vest that said “manager”…he did say this is the 1st and only option (8/10 at 815pm). We took it and stayed at the airport to see about standby options the next morning when gate agents returned. When the agents returned (we if course were awake 24 hrs at this point) they surprised us by saying that our alternate return was booked out of JFK not LGA…nice of SOMEONE to tell us this important detail! She couldn’t put us on standby because the originating airport was not the same. GREAT! So we pay the cab to take us to JFK and are able to go standby on a 3ish flt which later xld. So I politely go to the gate agent to see if there are available seats to upgrade to on the 815pm flt since we have not slept for 38 hours now. with no service attitude whatsoever she quickly responded that you only give to priority members the upgrades. Again understandabe but given the situation One would think of comoassion! I’m sorry…I understand the weather is nobody’s fault but the way in which we were handled was less than satisfactory…validating that we will not fly AA in our future. I just feel this should be informed up the chain. Most of your agents never smile, look you in the eye or make you feel like you are being taken care of.
    Sincerely exhausted and frustrated,
    Amberr Foreman

  2. My American friend bought tickets on my behalf but I have received no information from you. I haven’t received any “number” from you — how am I suppose to pick up my ticket at Narita airport?

  3. A large percent of the flying public have conservative views, like over 50%. The treatment of Glenn Beck over the weekend has been transmitted to nearly 5 million people already and is still spreading. You might consider a VERY public apology real soon unless you can afford a significant loss of customers. We hope this was a very unfortunate single incident that will never be repeated.

  4. to whom it may concern…
    all to often, management is contacted when things go wrong…this is not one of those letters…..i am contacting american airlines customer service because of a wonderful flight attendant named MARITA LORDI (FA #9
    # 104658 A A ………..
    i was fortunate enough to be on board American Airlines Flight #32 (LAX – JFK) on labor day….my husband and i were seated separately…we had a death in the family and were going to nyc for a funeral…….marta must have sensed that something was wrong when she passed me during take off……her kindness, her caring and her concern will stay with me always….she is someone that should be acknowledged by management at american airlines…she is very special……very special indeed………
    “thank you marta….thank you for being there when i needed a friend….and by the way, i finished the book (the art of racing in the rain) on my flight home (wed. sept. 5th)… you were right, i cried my eyes out at the end…”
    thank you so much for having someone like marta lordi in your american airlines family…..
    holley agulnek

  5. Find difficulties contacting AA reservation by phone, its always busy and impossible to talk to the reservation staff, once contacted. Would prefer to communicate by email, please give me an email address of Ecuador Reservation Department. Many thanks.

  6. I have been on the phone for 3 hours trying to resolve an issue where my bag was split open and my belongings missing.

    Please call at 718-721-8253

    File Locator WUKMNC

    Larry Catanzaro and Roger Rucker

  7. I have been on the phone for 3 hours trying to resolve an issue where my bag was split open and my belongings missing.

    Please call at 718-721-8253

    File Locator WUKMNC

  8. My husband is in a nursing home with Alzheimer’s disease. American is taking advantage of my unfortunate situation by insisting I pay to transfer his miles to my account while I am the one who has been accuring the miles while shopping with the Advantage card. Shame on American Airlines. A technician can accomplish this with a few strokes in minutes.

  9. The website does not work. Whatever tab I choose on the site doesn’t work. I wanted to check the status of my flight and possibly book another one but nothing works.

  10. AA RESERVATION CODE..DRLMEB…mIAMI TO tOCUMEN PANAMA
    Return flight was on Nov.22nd,2012—-HOWEVER i WANTED TO RETURN TO Panama PTY–ON nOV.11TH—
    i AM IN INDIA—i TRIED NEWDELHI OFFICE—FORLAST TWO DAYS BUT—nO INFORMATION WAS SUBMITTED TO ME.
    AA office staff is very lethargic and they do not have any
    responsibility. They are behaving very bad.
    Better remove AA office out of INDIA
    wELL i CALLED MY FRIEND IN tRINIDAD AND HE BOOKED MY TICKET IN 15 MINUTES—AS aa office is available in Trinidad……………Samarsingh Guhilot…DATED oct.8th,2012

  11. Two weeks ago we received the terrible news that our 12 year old grandson had been hit by a truck and killed. We needed to get from PA to CA as quickly as possible. It was Thankagiving week, the worst week of the year to travel through Hotwire, we were able to get reservations the next morning on American, not the airline on which we usually travel. Or flight went through Dallas. We flew flight 1025,leaving Philadelphia at 2:10 pm I want to say how very wonderful the flight attendants were to us. I was distraught and they were so caring. In Dallas they found us a cart to our next flight and said they would keep us in their prayers. I want to thank them and all of the people at American for their kindness!

  12. por favor deseo saber desde colombia que puedo hacer para dar soluciodesde a un cambio de nombre de un tiquete para EEUU
    que se emitme desde australia y aqui en bogota colombia no me dan ninguna solucion por favor espero pronta respuesta dios les bendiga

  13. I found the flight attendants on both flights on 12/18/12 to be very pleasant.They were there if needed and seemed to care about the customers.

    I can’t say that much for the airport personnel in Denver.My AA flight was delayed leaving Ohare and by the time I got to Denver, the Frontier plane to which I had been booked by Orbitz had left and I missed my flight.Though it was bothersome to have missed the flight,I understand things do happen which cause delays.However,when trying to get another flight to Portland,I found
    the AA person at the AA terminal to be very snide, when in fact I had done everything in my control to get to the plane in a timely fashion.
    I will say she(AA) found a later flight for me on another airline,which I so appreciated,but she certainly could have much more pleasant in working with me.
    I am emailing this comment to you so that AA might better be able to encourage staff to be more courteous when things go wrong.Customer service can make such a difference for those using your service.
    Thank you.

    Thank you for very good flight attendants.

  14. Our flight home to Palm Springs was cancelled. No one ever contacted us. When we called they offered no alternatives. Called all day Christmas Day. All we could get is a flight on Saturday , 4 days later. Your service was awful.

  15. my advantage no. is 37wrt16. i took flight no. 2910 from montgomery al on dec 24, arrived in colorado springs the same day. i have paid for a roundtrip fare. i am scheduled to leave on dec 31. my question to you is can you please help me to return earlier. this is why. the evening i arrived in colorado springs, i had to be taken to the emergency room. i could not breathe properly. i have a underlying lung disease, that is inoperable. i visited my dr. before i came for a check-up, told him where i was going for the holidays. i am visiting my son in the air force. the er put me on oxygen immediately, i have these oxygen machines that er sent to my sons house. i have tried to 2 days to call your co.i just sit there on hold for hours. my question to you is, would you please, please let me depart earlier, and depart from alberquere nm. i am going with my son and family today down to alberquere, they think,, this my help my breathing. if you can help me, i would so much appreciate it, please do not charge me so very much for this change, i cannot help it. i am 67 years old. my phone number is 334-282-2196

  16. This djhonny I brought ticket to travel on Friday December 28 at 07:15 am to 10:35 am. The fly was cancel at the same scheduled time I know that inside the airport . I have to do something at 4:00pm. On Friday but miss it .but they change me the fly they put me on fly JFK to Boston fly# 1838 an Friday December 28,and then from Boston to Miami fly # 9201 they tell me I gonna wish Miami at 2:40 pm after that I got go to fort-lauderdale. the fly from Boston coming late, now I wish Miami at 4:40 pm and then I paid for prefer seat i did not got it I spend more morney I paid taxi to take me fort lauderdale I’m not even assisted my ceremony I loose everything . I need my refund for prefer seat and the tiket too. I spend for the fly . I spend $ 518.60 for round ticket . Oke thank you

  17. We are very frustrated attempting to find out about our advantage miles. Account numbers BBB88568 and 18NH898. We were scheduled to fly to India March 2012 and all flights to India were canceled. We need to know our miles status and if any miles have been canceled we need them reinstated.

  18. Hi,

    I needed to change this reservation, I booked this flight, I bought insurance, I’m needing to go visit my mother who has terminal brain cancer, I’ve been flying American the whole time to get to see her. I have been getting insurance each time, and this time, My husband is snowed in and can’t come home in time to look after my kids so I can leave.

    I have been on the phone now for over 1 hour trying to change or get something going with my flight with absolutely no success and the travel insurance you provide and advertise as does not cover this type of trip change emergency (!??!) Aparently it would only cover it if I was diagnosed with cancer.

    The product you/Allianz are selling to your customers is both miss leading and mildly fraudulent. How can you expect to run a profitable business this way?

    Get your CEO’s to read about repeat business and then they will understand why they are constantly not making the bottom line.

    I can honestly say that I’m never booking with your airline again.

    thanks,

    Sincerely

    Jodie Taylor

  19. i have had terrible experiences with american airlines. i can’t even rate their customer service because it is far below a one star. customer relations representatives are rude, short, and unfriendly. checking in is also a hassle for active duty military. i honestly thought that american airlines would be the most understanding with military personnel but i am extremely disappointed. i will be sure to tell my peers to choose a different airline when they flight in the states.

  20. My flight #2696 was 1/26/13 from LAX to Reno . My ticket was purchased 5 weeks before departure with 5 other colleagues going on a business trip. I purchased my ticket before the others and I was the only one who did not have a seat and the flight was overbooked. The stress level that Amercian Airlines put me under was not acceptable. The ticket agent Karl at the gate 44D was so rude to me and I watch her yell at elderly women to go sit down. I am in the service business and I have never in my life seen such poor customer service. From this point forward I will not be traveling with Amercian Airlines ever again and you need to take training from Southwest Airlines.

  21. For the purpose of cancelling all reservations of A.A. flights from TPE stopover NRT to LAX and return to Taiwan , please . I make a mistake of touching reservations of A.A. via cellphone skyscanner software on 13th Feb., 2013 . Again, I please you staff cancel all the reservations of A.A. flights for me . Many thanks !Deleting customer CHANG,FU-CHUAN from the resevered list is necessary, if CAHNG,FU-CHUAN is on the reserved list . Thank you again !

  22. we always fly united. always.

    recently, however, we had the opportunity to purchase a much lower fare online through american airlines. now i see why it was lower — customer service was atrocious, the website didn’t work properly, and i lost out on a good deal.

    customer service agent from the “technology”/web team named lisa actually HUNG UP on me when i was talking. i’ve never had such a poor experience before. she was extremely rude before hanging up.

  23. Having just completed (3/18) a flight from Miami Airport to Philadelphia, we found that the service in the Miami Airport by the American Airline people was not consistent with efficient or professional service. We were given incorrect directions to our check-in location, then again when we had to get in line for a security check. We were sent to the wrong location for that function. You are having customers print out boarding passes and it seems that we are doing everything but flying the planes. When my husband attempted to put our bags on the stand he was told, and not too pleasantly, that the wheels had to be in a certain position. On a positive note, our flight left on time, and arrived on time. The crew on the plane was professional and courteous. Your terminal people need some direction.

  24. My husband and I recently took a trip to the Virgin Islands and returned on 3/11/13. Our Flight home on American Eagle flight 4891 was delayed for take-off from St Thomas to San Juan. We were supposed to catch a connecting flight, American Airlines flight 1454 from San Juan to JFK in New York after a 2 hour layover. We were reassured in St. Thomas that we would make our connection and that the plane would wait for the connecting passengers.

    When we arrived in San Juan we discovered our flight had already taken off. In trying to resolve this we were scolded for going to the wrong counter (We were sent by an American Eagle employee to the American ticket counter). Amazingly though, even though we had committed that “faux pas,” he was able to print a Jet Blue ticket from his American terminal! Thankfully we were finally on our way to our destination – JFK in New York. When we asked about our baggage the American agent in San Juan wasn’t sure what to tell us. He said they had probably missed the flight to JFK as well but to check when we arrived there.

    As we expected, our bags did not follow us to New York so we filed a claim and were sent on our way back to Lisbon, CT 3 hours away from New York. The next morning, on 3/11/13, we called American Airlines about our bags and that’s where the runaround began. We were originally told that our bags SHOULD have made it to JFK that morning but they could not tell. After calling several other phone numbers we found on the internet, someone was nice enough to tell us that the bags had in fact arrived on flight 648 at 12:05 pm. They also told us that they sent a message to Jet Blue to come pick up the bags. We promptly contacted Jet Blue and were told that they had not received notification regarding our bags. I then called American Airlines at JFK and was put on hold for 25 minutes waiting for an answer. I was disconnected and had to call again only to explain my situation to yet another person. This person put me on hold for another 20 minutes. I then asked to speak with a supervisor and was put on hold for another 20 minutes. All together I spent 1 hour and 5 minutes in waiting to confirm that my bags were in fact sitting at the airport waiting for pickup.

    Frustrated and unsure if I should go out and replace the simplest of things like toothbrushes and toothpaste, I decided to call yet another number I found on the internet but was told that my bags, in fact, may not be at JFK airport and that the person who told me this was simply looking at a terminal and could only tell me what SHOULD have happened. Now I began to worry that my bags were not delayed but lost. Long story short, the folks at Jet Blue were more than happy to extend a helping hand and were most kind (especially since they inherited the problem and didn’t create it), they eventually sent a courier over to the airport to search for the elusive bags.

    I am sad to say I am disappointed in American Airline’s handling of this matter. We never received our bags until late in the day on March 13th. To add insult to injury we were charged $25 per bag by American Airlines for our return flight home even though we didn’t pay to check our bags on the way to the Virgin Islands. We asked why but weren’t given much of an explanation. We do understand the high volume of bags the airlines handles and processes on a daily basis can be difficult and these things happen. But we are disappointed in the lack of assistance and customer service we received. We plan to travel often in the near future but will think twice before booking flights with American Airlines.

  25. After reading some of these reviews I am very disappointed AA does not hire new management. I had a problem with leaving our iPad on the plane. When I went back to the gate no one would take the time to go back to the plane and check. We are extremely disappointed in the caring of this company and the people they hire. Because of this we are out a $400 iPad. I suggested they hire management from Southwest.

  26. The definition of customer service at American Airlines is not defined in any known terms. It does not address the customer or imply any service at all. My daughter, traveling solo, had the recent experience of waiting in line at Heathrow so long to check in that she missed the checkin by 2 MINUTES although the plane was at the gate for another 45 minutes. The agent, and I use that word generously, required she buy another ticket for a later flight at a cost of an additional $300. Then proceded to tell her the seat would be assigned at the gate. OK, issue resolved. YOU THINK! When the gate is assigned she goes to get her seat assigned and the ‘AGENT’ who would not allow her on the first flight cancelled her seat on both the first and second flight after taking her money! So she wasn’t off that first flight yet, THE AGENT took her off! And now she wasn’t on the second flight for which she paid additional money. Luckily we were in communication and she spoke with a supervisor who released a seat to her. When she asked who had cancelled the her reservation, they said they did not know. This all happened within a three hour period. She finally boarded 15 minutes before departure, I hope. So my husband and I contacted American Airlines to confirm if she was able to get on the plane and who had cancelled her flight, since there was a financial transaction and no financial transaction happens without a record of who created it, one would think, for accounting and theft security purposes alone. My husband called first and spoke to JAYNE FUENTES, a supervisor who after a long conversation gave us NO INFO. She could not tell us if my daughter got a seat on the flight, got on the plane, or who bungled the additional purchase. She really said that ‘they are open terminals and they do not register who is booking or accepting payment for a seat reservation.’ That is accurate accounting for you. So my husband thanked her politely for all her help at which point I stated JAYNE FUENTES told us nothing she was of no help at all. Then I called American Airlines and spoke to another supervisor, JANE GRAY, a person who should not be allowed to answer phones in a prison. I wanted to find out who processed the transaction, to file a complaint as what occurred should never happen. That transaction is the focal job of an agent, to make a reservation and issue a ticket, every agent should have that transaction mastered. I explained the situation starting with the fact that checkin took so long she was not allowed to checkin to a flight that was on the ground for 45 more minutes. JANE GRAY interrupted saying with attitude “She was missed her flight, that happens.” I continued with my explanation about how they charged my daughter for another ticket and as I was about to continue with ‘and they cancelled that reservation also,’ JANE GRAY interrupted again saying ‘she exchanged her ticket, THAT HAPPENS, THERE IS A CHARGE WHEN YOU EXCHANGE YOUR TICKET.’ At this point I told her I found her incredibly rude and continued on finishing the above statement about the new reservation having been cancelled at the same time they took her money for the flight. About an agent canceling reservations while accepting payment on that reservation, JANE GRAY said, again with attitude “THAT HAPPENS.” The last straw was JANE GRAY first saying that my daughter would have to ask for the name of the person who cancelled the reservation at the departing airport to which I stated she got a seat assignment 15 minutes before the flight left and they were not able to giver her the name and then saying if my daughter wanted to speak with a supervisor I would have to leave her phone number and they would call her back in an hour. This woman should not ven be on unemployment! Had she heard me at all or was she to busy making the THAT HAPPENS” excuse. Did she not hear me say they would not give my daughter the name of the person who bungled the transaction and she was hopefully going to be on a 6 hour flight in the next 10 minutes??? AND BY FAA RULES CAN NOT MAKE A PHONE CALL IN FLIGHT WITH HER PHONE! Needless to say this is not over, but I can NOT RECOMMEND AMERICAN AIRLINES to anyone, for their POOR SERVICE at the reservation desk, the check-in desk, their ‘customer service’ phone line and their supervisor training and attitude

  27. We recently, today the 24th, returned from a trip to Cancun/Rivera Maya area and could not understand that when are luggage was received on our departing flight from DFW on March 19th, that one of our bags was totally destroyed on the inside by someone in terminal D after it was checked in. Who would be in charge of doing this an American employee or the TSA? Someone has stolen a blue sapphire faced watch, and my our personal, 1979 College of Pharmacy ring, which had a sizable diamond mount in it. We have traveled to this area of Mexico since 1994 on majors airlines and have never had such a problem. Someone has hired some theives and it may be your company. (AA) Your company backgrounds and TSA background check are both jokes and this is part of your ongoing problems to take care of your customers. Please respond because I would like to know who is responsible for handling your departing bags in Dallas. (you won’t be able to pin this one on the mexicans)

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Guy W. Sheneman

  28. I live in NYC and work in the Fashion business making 30k a year, so buying a $360 flight was a huge deal for me. I recently applied for and received the AAdvantage credit card because due to business I will now be bicoastal and traveling NYC-LA very frequently, which was the reason for my last trip. I have been flying AA for many years which is why I chose them as my airline of choice for my upcoming bicoastal career. On my last flight #738 on March 25 2013 they lost my luggage and it has been over a week now. Due to the nature of my flight I had many valuables in that bag. I am in Fashion and have been collecting rare and expensive pieces throughout my life, many of which I brought with me and have collected on travels that I have flown with your company. This loss has not only given me many difficulties professionally but has also caused me extreme amounts of anxiety and stress. This is not just lost luggage we are talking about but a part of my life that is now gone. I am only asking that AA make this right and help me replace my items that are now gone, even though some are irreplaceable. I am concerned moving forward with this airline and this has obviously left me with a bad impression that I have never had before with AA. Please help me set this right so that I can continue to be a valued and happy customer of AA. Thank you very much and I hope to hear back soon. Chelsea Ward. Bag tag

  29. Ref. : flight AA959 Miami-Panama March 5, 2013
    flight AA112 Miami-Barcelona March 26, 2013
    booking reference MKFCFC

    I am addressing this letter to you to express my dissatisfaction about your services with regard to the flights referred to above.

    Upon arrival in Panama with flight AA959 one of the 2 luggages, a Roncato luggage, ( pictures attached ) value €189 arrived broken. I immediately went to the appropriate office inside the airport, where the only comment was that they handed me a « checking Article Damage notice », which I enclose herewith. I spent the next day shopping for a new luggage and trying to get in touch with your offices via the telephone numbers indicated on the said document without, however, receiving any reply – the phone is never answered and the line goes blank after several minutes of waiting, no matter which number I dial. I thus proceed my travel and upon my arrival in Miami airport for my return trip (flight AA2198 on March 24) I again try to contact your office at the airport, but the only advice they could give me was to issue a complaint via your website, which I am now doing.

    Apart from the above, I do have another – and probably more serious – complaint. At the time of my reservation I paid an extra $88 ($44 each) for extra comfort seats. To my surprise, the seats turned out to be the normal – no extra – seats. In fact, they were even worse, since there was a box fixed to the floor under the seat in front, which limited the movement of my legs. I asked the flight attendant for some explanation and she replied that I paid extra only so I could exit the plane more rapidly but paying an extra $40 each was no guarantee for a more comfortable seat. Now, let me explain to you that I have a very long flight experience during my working career, having been a member of, amongst others, the Diamond Club of Cathay Pacific, Freccia Alata of Alitatlia, Swissair Travel Club, Sabena, Air Afrique, Lufthansa, Iberia, Spanair, Singapore Airlines, etc but this is the first time that a flight attendant gave me such a no-sense reply, treating me like an ignorant passenger and threatening to de-plane me if I continued to complain. I thus decided that it would be better if I wrote to you directly than trying to get a decent reply on the plane.

    All the above reasons oblige me to demand a refund of the €189 of my damaged luggage and the $88 I paid in vain as a supplement for an extra comfort seat which was not available.

    I sincerely hope to receive a favourable reply within the next few days, so I can continue using American Airlines for my travel.

    Yours sincerely,

    C. SACCANI

  30. April 16, 2013
    Dear American Airlines:
    On April 15th, 2013 I received a check in the mail from you and was extremely disappointed when I opened the envelope to see the check written out was approximately 1/4th the amount I had originally submitted for reimbursement. I was even more disappointed and disheartened that your company failed to honor the promise of up to $200 incidental coverage your representative had approved.
    One thing I couldn’t understand is how your letter indicated that amounts for immediate use would be honored if the receipts were clear and legible. How could my $46 cab ride from The Embassy Suites to Wal-Mart not be legible? I only received enough to cover my toiletries at Wal-Mart. Since I did not arrive to my hotel until about 11:15PM on Tuesday evening, all the stores were closed except for Wal-Mart in Blue Ash, OH and I had to call a shuttle service to take me to buy items I needed. Your company could have at the very least honored the shuttle ride fare and any additional incidentals that I incurred since you promised to reimburse up to the allotted amount.
    I not only had to waste $50 in baggage fees, but I experienced horrible landing by your pilots, extremely crowded and small planes, rude flight attendants, and complete imbeciles that handled my luggage because they clearly were illiterate and could not read “San Antonio to Cincinnati, OH and sent it to Grand Rapids, MI.”
    If you took the time to hire qualified people to work for your airlines then perhaps you wouldn’t be in the financial wherewithal that you’re experiencing. Maybe you wouldn’t have to consistently oversell your seats so that passengers boycott your airline and use other more reputable and reliable companies such as Southwest or United. These employees that lack professionalism and common sense are detrimental to your company because it tarnishes your reputation.
    I have included an article that outlines your firm as being the worst airline in the industry which is not something to be proud of. Based on my experience I will say that I am never going to fly with your company again, and neither will anyone I know. I have already publically announced my frustrations with your airline on all the social networking sites. As someone that travels both domestically and internationally I can say that I have never experienced such horrible experiences as I have with your airline. The only saving grace you have is to honor the request that I submitted. I have kept photocopies because I’ve heard that you’re also known to deny any reimbursement request which is very disappointing as well.

    Frustrated frequent flyer,

    Helen Dao

  31. Dear American Airlines, I am a long term Platinum member (75A58V0) with over
    1.5m miles of AA travels, I have always enjoyed traveling American and have
    have sent “kudos” through your “recommendation” program
    recognizing great service.

    I would like to highlight something that has happened to me
    a few times during my travels and as recently as last week
    when I traveled from LAX to Narita

    As you know on long trips the Video/Movies as an important and
    “time pass” means of battling the long ardous flights.

    My last flight was very ardous as the Video System on my seat did not work ,
    I would not complain as much but this has happened a few times to me as I travel
    to Asia frequently…….this should be thoroughly checked for each passenger
    as we look forward to kill time (especially for folks who cannot sleep)

    I am in Asia now and dread the thought of flying back without the help of the
    video system (albeit returning on Cathay operated by AA 0n the 18th)

    I love AA but please make sure they ensure things like the entertainment and other things are thoroughly checked…..especially for the long haul.

    Thank you for listening.
    Surya Singh.

  32. We had a less than acceptable experierce over the weekend regarding wheelchair transportation……
    1) May 3 at ORD we had to ask for a wheelchair which
    was on computer….a nice women then helped us to
    gate
    2) upon arrival at LGA there was a chair and attendant waiting for us…..GOOD
    3) May 5 at HPN we had to find chair…woman attendant could not push passenger up ramp onto plane, so he walked…..When we arrived at ORD we had to find chair at another gate….no attendant, so family had to fill in…..there should have been attendant waiting for us upon arrival….the ticked agent at HPN said transportation was noted in computer……
    our trip locater no. for the trip was ZMICEK……
    Please look into this so other passengers won’t have the same experience…..I would like a reply from you also..
    thank you…….Joan Litt

  33. Flight crew today’s flight 1980 MIA to DCA is OUTSTANDING! Great sense of humor, attentive, and efficient.

  34. I flew with AA 3671 from Denver to Los Angeles. Christian Robinson was the flight attendant in the first class cabin. He provided me with an excellent service, friendliness and attentiveness. Job well done.

  35. Dear Sir or Madame:

    I am writing to inform you of my horrible experience flying on American Airlines. First off, I was confirmed on flight # 1696 from New Orleans to Chicago for a 5:15 departure on 7/9/07. Needless to say after several changes to this departure time with little or no communication from an Airline representative regarding the delay (until the flight time elapsed and no updates were made) I inquired and learned that the delay was a direct result of inclement weather. Upon arrival to Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, I learned that after presenting to my departure gate for my connection, that the flight # 4169 departed under 20 minutes prior to my arrival at the gate. After conversing with an American Airline’s staff member (who was less than sympathetic to my situation, I learned that I was booked on another flight the following morning at 8:00 am. (A day I was scheduled to return to work).

    I attempted to purchase some food at the nearby McDonalds Restaurant, just to find out that all of their food, with the exception of fries and sodas were completely sold out!

    I tried to make reservations for a nearby hotel through your Airline Accommodations services just to learn that there were no vacant rooms available.

    I was left to join the rest of the displaced passengers to sleep in the airport terminal on a cot with a blanket and pillow. I am appalled that in the 21st Century, I had to experience this level of humiliation. I have never heard of such a thing in all my years of flying. I think this experience is a great example of how large corporations treat customers in a society where the bottom line is their only concern. Overbooking flights, poor scheduling, infrequent and ineffective communication and above all despicable customer service!

    Based on this experience I can only conclude that this practice appears to be business as usual for American Airlines, especially after witnessing signs about not removing cots from designated areas. How can a company justify having over 50 adults sleep on cots in an airplane terminal? This must be a concern for the Fire Marshals! As you can imagine, this experience was horrendous for my husband and I and as far as we are concerned American Airlines has forever lost us as customers. At this point you may choose or refuse to respond to this letter. As for us, we have taken pictures of this horrible experience and we will share them with all of our family and friends and perhaps even the news media.

    This practice is not one American Airlines should continue to practice as is dehumanizing and down right inconsiderate of paying customers. This experience has completely left a bad taste in my mouth and it took away from the great vacation I recently experienced .

    A Dissatisfied Customer,

    Debbie L. Cadet

  36. I live in Louisiana, I flew out of Dallas,Tx 6/21 returning 6/29 to be able to get a direct flight to Baltimore & back. Upon my return to Dallas ( I didn’t notice until I was outside and on the P-express bus) that my luggage was completely torn on the entire right side.
    I called AA customer service this Monday morning and was told that I missed the 24 Hour window plus I would have to report this to the Dallas airport (where I returned -2 1/2 Hours away). So not only do we (the customer) have to pay to check our luggage each way),we also have to pay for the previlage of having the ground crew destroy it.
    THANKS AA.
    I will make arrangements to fly a differant airlines in the future.

  37. American Airlines has the worst customer service of all airlines I have used in my 63 years. My wife’s anniversary earrings were stolen out of her suitcase on June 20, 2013 and Customer service has REFUSED to contact us back after reporting the thief the day it happened. They have REFUSED to return messages left or even send us an email. If the workers are allowed to steal from customers, what would stop them from putting SOMETHING into your bag. Think about that before you fly American again.

  38. On 7/19/2013 I flew through American airlines from Columbus Ohio to Las Vegas Nevada. We had a layover in Dallas Tx, at your Fort Worth airport. I had the worst experience I have ever had with the American Airlines representatives there and when I called customer service they were no help either. First, one of your representatives sent us to the wrong gate; I had to ask a representative where our flight would be departing from because a gate number was not on my boarding pass. We went to the gate instructed and were sent to the wrong gate, since we were at the wrong gate we did not hear our departing flight information causing us to miss our flight. We went to the counter asking for a status of our flight because we had heard nothing, one AA attendant at the station was not willing to look anything up because she was typing or doing something else. I explained to her that it was important because we could miss our flight. She didn’t care. Even though there was a long line of people waiting to speak with the only AA rep available. I waited in line for as long as I could, I then saw an AA representative walking by and I stopped her for help, she said there was nothing she could do and sent us to another AA desk. We went to that desk and we were told our plane was right there outside getting ready to take off and that they would not let us on the plane because if they called the AA representatives on the plane and ask them to wait for us it makes everybody crazy?? However, the only thing he could do was put us on standby for no cost since it we were giving wrong information. He also explained people had been on standby that morning and had been waiting there all day. At this point I was very upset, and called your customer service department I spoke with a representative who could care less, I then requested to speak with a supervisor and she was worst. After I explained the situation to her, she never apologized or anything she just stated well why didn’t you look at the flight information posted at the airport. I explained to her that they even made an announcement due to delayed flights, and gate changes not to rely on the information posted. So that was not updated either! She did not care, and was not willing to help. After being delayed and delayed, I called back to customer service and finally spoke with a lady name Ms Lewis who understood and offered what she was willing to do. She was very nice and helpful. She was able to book us on a plane, not standby so that we would be able to make the next flight for sure. I really appreciate her. However, I wanted to report this incident so that hopefully some training can be provided to your representatives at the Fort Worth location and some of your customer service representatives

  39. I just got off the phone with Connie Sanders in the DFW office. I asked for her name because she was so kind and helpful to us. I have not often encountered someone so helpful and caring. If all your representatives could be like her you would have a wonderful airline. She completely solved our problem quickly and efficiently. After spending six hours and a trip to our local airport, we finally were able to get connected to Connie was able to resolve our issues. Thank you, Connie

  40. Undeniably believe that which you said. Your favorite reason appeared to be on the net the simplest factor to remember of. I say to you, I definitely get annoyed at the same time as other folks think about concerns that they plainly do not recognize about. You managed to hit the nail upon the top and also defined out the entire thing with no need side-effects , folks could take a signal. Will probably be again to get more. Thanks

  41. Trying to change a reservation date for the last 3 days/nights. Every agent we have gotten has either transferred us out of our call creating another hours wait or has hung up on our call. All I want to do is change my existing hold reservation from October 4 to October 1. How easy could that be. So incredibly aggravated at the lack of service, courtesy and competence.

  42. I was to inform you of my not so pleasant expericences with your airline, and requesting a refund of my flight. First of all I was suppose to be on the 7:55am flight from Gulftport,MS. to Watertown NY some how I ended up on what suppose 10;am flightwhich i didn’t leave until 1:20pm on my anniversary date and dinner which didn’t get me to my destination until 9

  43. My husband and I were on the first flight starting between LAX and Indianapolis on August 27th. We are so thankful to American for starting this flight….so much easier than going thru Dallas and the going and returning flight times are great. Thank you American Airlines for starting this nonstop. We have already flown it several times. I understand that Delta and Southwest also have the same nonstop.

  44. There’s nothing like having AA employees take over gate 46 terminal d on Sunday, November 3. Is this their breakroom? Six guys for an hour and I see that several are “chiefs” on the uniform patch. I’m so glad I paid to listen to Felix and Guerillmo yell and laugh for an hour

  45. I recently took a flight from JFK to St Thomas on a Saturday 8 am flight and had the most helpful, efficient knonwledgable flight attendant she was great. I would love to thanks her for making my trip more enjoyable.

    PS I had her on the return flight and it was evenm better she lives in the Phillie area and I lived in the same area for couple years so we had a conversation about that .

    She was great and I hope she is on the flight next spet when I am going back to St Thomas

    Thanks Mike

  46. As it turned out, we got into Miami 35 minutes early, at gate 36, as we we’re walking to gate 6 for our 12:40 flight into St. Thomas, we noticed that at gate 21, a flight into St Thomas was departing in 35 minutes, as I struggled to speak to an AA agent, (3 were in conversation together, who did not acknowledge me until I finally spoke up) and I asked if the flight was full. To which they replied, no! I then explained that I was just in from Detroit, would love to get in somewhat sooner. And I’m sure, that you would have booked me on that flight had you known I could have made it!! Which behooves me why AA would not be HAPPY, to rebook me onto that bird!!!! It benefits me, and you, since I am a happy passenger, not spending more vacation time in a airport, and AA should be happy to please me, plus have two more seats available for someone else, on a later flight!!

    BUT NO!!! AA must charge a $75.00 per person rebooking fee!!! And not done apologetically, but with attitude! So the end result was, beginning our vacation with disappointment, and a, “upset stomach” due to unnecessary strife, poor communication, and a poor AA policy.

    I fully expect that you will contact me at some point, after our return on Dec. 22 2013. I am not one to write letters, so to sit down, on this beautiful St.Thomas beach, and spend 2-3 hours, constructing this, I feel that AA should have the courtesy to contact me, and make this right.

    Sent from my iPad it turned out, we got into Miami 35 minutes early, at gate 36, as we we’re walking to gate 6 for our 12:40 flight into St. Thomas, we noticed that at gate 21, a flight into St Thomas was departing in 35 minutes, as I struggled to speak to an AA agent, (3 were in conversation together, who did not acknowledge me until I finally spoke up) and I asked if the flight was full. To which they replied, no! I then explained that I was just in from Detroit, would love to get in somewhat sooner. And I’m sure, that you would have booked me on that flight had you known I could have made it!! Which behooves me why AA would not be HAPPY, to rebook me onto that bird!!!! It benefits me, and you, since I am a happy passenger, not spending more vacation time in a airport, and AA should be happy to please me, plus have two more seats available for someone else, on a later flight!!

    BUT NO!!! AA must charge a $75.00 per person rebooking fee!!! And not done apologetically, but with attitude! So the end result was, beginning our vacation with disappointment, and a, “upset stomach” due to unnecessary strife, poor communication, and a poor AA policy.

    I fully expect that you will contact me at some point, after our return on Dec. 22 2013. I am not one to write letters, so to sit down, on this beautiful St.Thomas beach, and spend 2-3 hours, constructing this, I feel that AA should have the courtesy to contact me, and make this right.
    Don Galat

  47. Hope you received complaint for Christopher myers about January 5 Cincinnati to Dallas mismanagement by American Airlines and American eagle

  48. i would like to know if there are direct flights from jfk to barbados in september 2014 i am tryng to book a flight and cant get a direct flight has the system changed

  49. On Jan 10th 2014, we had a return flight from Miami to Seattle. This was a direct flight which should have been 6.5 hrs. We boarded about 30 min late, only to hear from the captain that we were still waiting for fuel and still did not have confirmation as to when, but that it would take at least 20 min to refuel. Finally after 1 hour on the plane, we had refueled, only to hear that an armrest was broken and we were waiting for a repair. We had been on the plan for 1.5 hrs, before take-off. WHY, would you board passengers on that long of a flight BEFORE refueling, especially not having an ETA for the fuel? To make it even worse, the beverage cart was passed ONE Time during the entire flight. When asking for additional water, the flight attendants were irritated. When ordering food, They were low on some products and I was asked “are you sure you want the salad? there are only 2 left”. during the flight, the attendants were hiding in the back, not checking on passengers. Many passengers had to go looking for them to request more water. I made the mistake of choosing this airline for price, and will never make that mistake again. This is my first and last time flying with American, and now I will return to Alaska airlines. They seem to love their job and their passengers.

  50. I flew from Albuquerque, NM to
    dallas,TX on Jan. 2. After goining to 3 gates from 1 end of concourse to the other only to find out that my plane had been cancelled to Tampa.I was supposed to leave around 1:00 pm and arrive in Tampa at 4:30. I did not get into Tampa until a little after 9:30 PM. I was called over to an American airlines employee and was told I would get a free round trip ticket for the inconvience. She took down all of my information and said I would be getting info in the mail and also an email. I have not received anything and it has been over a month. I would like to be contacted about this problem and get it solved. I was in the airport for 6 hrs and I feel I deserve a free ticket. I expect to hear from you soon about this matter and receive info. about my free ticket. 2/7/14

    a .

  51. On Aug. 2, at 10:00 pm, I arrived from Bolivia and had to find a way to manage my luggage and wait for 13 hrs. for my last flight. A woman, at O’Hare Airport, service rep. was very helpful and friendly to me, helped me get my plan settled so I could wait in the airport with my luggage. She was a great help.

  52. Good night
    I am Josue GEORGES, I bought a ticket on Dec 8, 2013 for Montreal, and here is the Record Locator: ZWOVJZ. I cancelled the trip and the ticket is stayed open till December next. Now I’d like to have a trip to Montreal on September 17th to october 7th. Please let me know anything else I have to do.
    Thank you very much!
    Josue

  53. Dear American Airlines
    On 7/18/14 my husband and I were on your flight 67 from BCN to Jfk. We boarded the plane and found that it had no wifi or entertainment options at the seat. When the meal was served we asked the flight attendant if the meal had any peppers(the vegetable) in it as the “chicken” and other ingredients were unrecognizable. My husband is highly allergic to peppers and he had to be certain there were none. The attendant said she had no idea of what the food ingredients were in either selection so he did not eat. How difficult would it be for your catering dept to send a list of ingredients for this kind of issue? The aircraft itself was old and warn on the inside. When got on the plane, the coach section smelled of fecal matter and it took quite a while for the smell to dissipate. It was not surprising to find that the lavatories were quite dirty and smelled as if they had not been cleaned in between flights. I had a family behind us with very active children who were kicking our seats and banging their fists on lowered tray tables like drums. After repeated comments to the parents with no result, I asked the flight attendant to speak to the family. She said ” the passengers in front of you want me to tell you to stop the banging on their seats.” Couldn’t she have supported me in solving this issue instead of making me look like I was complaining needlessly? I have been a fan of AA for many years when I was a travel agency owner 20 yrs ago. The food catering was outstanding even in coach and the service was top notch.
    Times have changed and its very sad. BTW – Our flight to Madrid was with Iberia and the experience was the complete opposite! The aircraft was bright, clean and modern and the food choices were appetizing and the attendants were aware of food ingredients. Obviously it can be done right!

  54. Senores Ameican Airlines,yo Yolanda Alvarado, viaje en su aeolinea el dia sabado 23 de Agosto del 2014, Caracas to Miami este vuelo #914 tuvo un retraso de 45 minutos en salir por ende he llegado tarde a Miami y perdi mi conexion rumbo New York,YFK,fui al counter y la sra. me dijo q yo tenia que correr con los gastos que no era su culpa eso era lo que l aerolinea podia hacer por mi,no es justo que yo tenga que pagar hotel,comida por culpa del retraso,yo llame esa noche en el hotel y hable con srta.Sandra Galves y me dijo que no podia ser que yo pagara por eso que le scaneara el boleto qu decia passenger pays se lo pase llame y claro me atendio otra persona Samuel Martinez y dijo que cuando tomara la conecion to N.Y volviera al counter y expusiera mi problema el sr. E.Gonzales trato de ayudar y la supervisora Dennisse Joseph le dijo que no se podia hacer nada y q no se podia perder mas tiempo conmigo a ustedes les parece justo este trato hacia mi una costumer que tenia planeado un viaje directo y se cancelo luego con el mismo momto que pague tuve q tomar el vuelo con escala y aparte de todo pasa esto les agradeceria y tomaran en cuenta lo succedido code;UQAHQD/AAvuelo de llegada a NY 1260 en espera de respuesta ante lo espuesto que atntamente Yolanda Alvarado gracias

  55. senores American Airlines me dirigo a ustedes yo Yolanda Alvarado,mande una nota anterior la cual no se si llego resumo perdi mi conexion saliendo vuelo retrazado 4 minutos tarde que tenia saliendo de Caracas to Miami vuelo 914 code#UQAHQD/AA perdi mi conexion yendo a NY y tuve que acarrear yo con los gastos no es justo que el vuelo se retraso por traffic aereo y yo pague con hotel y comida agradeceria y se me rreconozca lo ocurrido esto ocurrio el dia 23 de Agosto de 2014sin mas agradezco su atencion 201 921 8130 o mi mail gracias

  56. My friend and I traveled from Charlotte, NC to Dallas Fort Worth to Colorado Springs on the 11 Aug return on Aug 16.
    Most all off my flights are to Florida.
    The crew members were the most non caring I have ever been on a flight with. It reminded me off my days in the hotel business when we had union and non union teams. I will never fly American again I I have to go west I will drive.
    If your management could fly Southwest you would see what I am talking about
    Thanks,
    Kathleen George

  57. Last year, due to incoming storms that was clearly predicted a flight (at the last minute ) was cancelled.
    Rather than a repeat of this, it seems the weather should be watched closer. There is as of now a 80% chance of rain, storm, possible tornado outbreaks.
    I would prefer to fly this Monday vs Sat but was told I would be charged a fee. That’s incredible , considering I have been flying with American for over 6 yrs and would never consider flying with anyone else ever.
    I Hope things don’t get cancelled at the last minute. Myson is a storm watcher, and is worried as I am. My mom is having surgery next week and expects me there safe and sound. Please keep that in mind. I am going to do my share of praying and hope this will work out.
    Thanks in advance.
    Carolyn

  58. Sept,12,2014-BGM#4373 @11:34 to PHL @12:38 Seat 3F Window

    The gentleman in the first of 2 seats was a very huge man who took up his seat and half of mine.
    I thought there to be a policy for overweight people. I was up against the window the entire trip.I paid for my seat but as it turned out I really didn’t have one. With the Old Piedmont still flying thinking American would do better, unhappy all around.
    Judith M. Popolo

  59. I flew from Orlando to Dallas to Las Vegas yesterday and when I got home and unpacked, I noticed one of my items was missing from one of my checked bags.It was a shaving kit that was in a zippered pocket on the outside of a bag. I called customer service in Las Vegas and was told there is nothing they can do. Now normally this would not be that big of a deal because I didn’t have any prescription medication in the kit, only over the counter medicine and toiletries which cost me roughly $50.00 to replace. I also had cash money in the kit and I guess that was my fault, but American will do nothing about it. I absolutely hate thieves and am totally disappointed in American Airlines.

  60. On our last trip the leg of the trip from lax to Dallas was the worst I’ve ever had .The seating was so tight I could not read a magazine due to the tightness of the seating I believe the plane was an A 320 ,please contact me there are a couple things about the service in general,thank you, Brian Galbally

  61. I can not get the complaint section of the American Airlines website to work. So this is the only place i can find to post my information before mailing it to the cooperate office.
    My husband and i had a flight leaving Richmond Virginia with a final destination of Seattle Washington. We are familiar with flying and had flown other airlines earlier that week going to and from multiple destinations. We had all our information and went to use the American Airlines kiosk to print our boarding passes. The kiosk didnt ask if those who are flying are military personnel so we started over and waited in line to speak to a representative at the counter. Once we were up at the counter we told a lady behind the counter that my husband is in the military and we had two bags to check in. Thats when we were informed that our bags where over weight and it would be 250$ extra. We requested for the lady to show us where the package pricing is written. She was unable to provide that information and went on to tell us we could look it up ourselves. My husband who is enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard has never had to pay extra or any amount for baggage, on orders or personal. My husband gave her the 250$ and that is when the representative we were speaking with soon became very rude and threatened to cancel our entire flight. In her words towards another representative behind the counter, “I dont want to work with these people.” However she didnt want to hand back our money when i asked her for it. We had flown three times in the week before this encounter and every other airline treated military on personal travel or on orders with the up most respect. As i stood at the counter pleading for the women to not cancel our flights and getting very upset about the fact that we were being treated with such disrespect, i was highly considering walking over and paying for another flight. I am requesting a refund for our baggage and our flight. There was no reason for us to experience what we did. You have lost all chance of us referring American to anyone else. “We’re American Airlines, doing what we do best.” Your slogan didnt pretray your actions, having American in the name and completely not supporting our service men and women. We also have a frequent flyer credit card with US Airways and we will be canceling and cutting up the card if this is not resolved. We fly around 10,000 miles a year and will be taking our business to Delta or Southwest.

  62. on oct,21 I was returning home from dallas tx to Greensboro n.c. on fligt aa3071 while on my assigned seat a cockaroach was in the front seat in front of me the person sitting next to me saw it to we called the fligt atendent and would not come untell several calls for her attention the brot a man to come check an just said its ok and left we had to ride all the way home wondering where that cockaroach was and were did it go it was a very discusting trip but had to take it back home .

  63. I have always used continental airways and had changed to American but after this incident I don’t think ill ever fly with you guys anymore a cockaroach on a airplain im sure everyone on facebook would want to no about this even the news very discustin and nasty I thought airplains were pest contal free.

  64. PLEASE !!!!
    My reference number is 1-2071242862
    I am waiting for an ANSWER to my request not only a kind letter you said you received my complains.
    Answer please.
    Your web site is a disaster if someone has to complain!!
    Ernesto Girombelli

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