What Airline do you fly?

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Re: What Airline do you fly?

Postby coasterbill » Thu Jan 26, 2017 8:16 am

I prefer JetBlue, but if it's not an option I'll go with the cheapest option.

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Re: What Airline do you fly?

Postby JRice92 » Thu Jan 26, 2017 11:14 am

I usually fly Frontier, Frontier & Spirt are the cheapest flying out of Cleveland.
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Re: What Airline do you fly?

Postby viking86 » Thu Jan 26, 2017 12:25 pm

Well given my location it's mainly SAS or Norwegian, and occasionally KLM if the flight is through Amsterdam. If it's for business I use SAS/KLM, but if it's personal travel I use whatever is cheapest and/or most convinient.

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Re: What Airline do you fly?

Postby cparkes92 » Thu Jan 26, 2017 8:24 pm

The last few times I've flown it's usually been Southwest (since they started flying into Grand Rapids). Before Southwest flew into Grand Rapids, it was usually Northwest/Delta through Detroit. I've also flown on Allegiant and United. I will probably never fly on Allegiant again as they nickel and dime you on everything and the flight was delayed for two hours (including a solid hour on the plane) without ANY updates at all. One positive thing about Allegiant is that it didn't take very long to get luggage and get to our ride once we landed at Sanford since SFB is A LOT smaller than MCO. At least we got there in one piece and our return was on Southwest.
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