After an easy flight up to Toronto and a short hop in first class on an American CRJ-700, I found myself at New York’s JFK airport with three and half hours to kill before my evening flight across the country to Los Angeles.
This flight to LA was, of course en-route to Singapore. Via Hong Kong. Via Dallas.
Yes, I was flying from New York – to Los Angeles – to Dallas – to Hong Kong – and finally — to Singapore. Just to spend two nights there and head back home the same way.
Why? Because I wanted to maximize the miles from my routing.
Anyways, I found myself at JFK in the American FlAAgship First Class Lounge where I had a light dinner and quite a few single malt scotches. Eventually it was time to head to my gate to board my brand new A321-T for Los Angeles. Continue Reading →