In the U.S., Hawaii-based carrier have traditionally been the king of on-time performance. But during March that wasn’t the case at all. Instead, in March Delta bests Hawaiian in on-time performance.
My final flight home from San Antonio was through Phoenix. This flight would again represent a couple more firsts for me, though the American Airlines PHX-HNL route is one I wanted to avoid. But, American being American these days, this flight was my best option for the final leg of my journey home.
My flights from San Antonio back home represented a lot of firsts for me once again. Like my outbound flights, I’d once again be on a mix of American and American Eagle. And for my first flight from San Antonio, I found myself on an American Eagle CRJ900.
American Airlines used to be my airline of choice. That began to change when they merged with US Airways. Over the past few months, however, the downwards spiral of American seems to be accelerating, putting American at an ever increasing disAAdvantage.
My journey to San Antonio continues! Following my first flight from Honolulu to Los Angeles, I had one more flight to the Lone Star State. And believe it or not, but this flight would represent a few firsts for me.
Recently I had to travel to San Antonio on business. There isn’t much to write about, so I’m not going to do a full trip report. But, I will share my flight and hotel reviews, and talk about some food too. To begin my journey, though, I found myself on an American Airlines HNL-LAX flight.