Air Asia needs mention here, and I expect to be a repeat customer. I'm in northern Malaysia for work and didn't think I'd get a chance to get on any coasters, IE Kuala Lumpur or Singapore. On a whim I just checked, and the flights were so reasonable that I booked one, even knowing there's a good chance I'll have to miss it and eat the cost. I'm talking $30-100 options, direct round trip. Of course, I haven't actually experienced the flight yet. But reviews are fine.
Meanwhile, Singapore Air (one of the best for trans-continental Asian flights) - I'm looking at $1000+ for the KL route .... with a layover .... tripling the total flight time each way. LOL!!
Related: Among the discount travel sites, Kayak is winning my appreciation lately. No affiliation.
I've flown many different airlines, but many favorite I've flown by far was British Airways in 2001 and 2004. I'll be flying ANA for the first time this June so we'll see if that tops BA. My favorite airline for domestic flights I've been on is Virgin America. I usually book with a combination of what's cheapest, most convenient, and the least amount of pointless connections in mind. If a flight is only like $25 more than the cheapest one to be on a more convenient flight or a better airline, I'm definitely going for that. And on long international flights I'd be willing to pay up to $100 more to be on a top international carrier over a mediocre domestic one.
The airline I have the most miles on currently is AA with just over 23,000, but I'm about to get over 30,000 miles on United very soon.
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What ever is cheap and fits my schedule. I try and avoid United because they have screwed me over a couple of times. Out of Fresno American has worked the best for me but next week I will be flying Delta and they were great when I flew with them earlier this year.
For flights from Dublin to the U.S I used to fly Delta, now I fly Aer Lingus long haul. Their on-board wi-fi is great, albeit a bit pricey. Although the IFE is average, it makes up for friendly cabin crew. They have green, comfortable seats for Economy, I haven't seen Buisness Class yet.
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