We were at the SFO Admirals Club getting ready to head to the gate when I saw a seat change notification. I wasn’t expecting good news. However, for whatever reason, we were both upgraded from Flagship Business to Flagship First. My only guess is that business was oversold. The agent provided us our new boarding pass and we were on our way to the gate.Continue reading “Review: AA Flagship First SFO-JFK”
This was our first time flying American in Flagship Business. Our ticket got us access the JFK Flagship lounge which is the same lounge international business class has access to. We scanned our boarding pass and was directed towards the lounge.Continue reading “Review: JFK American Flagship Lounge”
Delta has a better lounge product over United and American. The clubs have showers (which United has removed), and better catering than their competitors. I’ve previously been to the T4 Sky Club which was impressive. The space was large and even had an outdoor sky deck. This was my first time at the Delta Sky Club in JFK T2. Terminal 2 is exclusive to Delta domestic flights and this lounge isn’t as impressive at T4 but still was nice.
Date: Thursday May 25
Seat: 2A Delta One
Scheduled Push Back: 4:55 PM
Actual Push Back: 12:18 AM (+1)
This was my first flight with Delta in six years. I remember the last time I flew Delta was the day after my summer internship in 2011. I flew LGA-SLC-SJC. On the return the flight was oversold and I was offered a voucher and a bus ride to SFO for a similar timed departure.
I booked this flight as I didn’t want to take Amtrak or drive to NYC. Additionally, United pulled out of JFK which according to new president Scott Kirby was a mistake.